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Lana Condor On Michelle Obama & To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Trilogy

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Lana Condor is a Vietnamese-American actress, best known for her role in popular Netflix film To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before film series. She also starred in X-Men: Apocalypse as Jubilee.

This past week, Lana appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk about To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel, To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You and more.


Lana Condor On Michelle Obama

Lana recently traveled to Vietnam with Michelle Obama to highlight the importance of girls’ education. She also got to revisit the orphanage that she was adopted from. And although it had transformed into a nursing home, the curtains, the paint, and the windows were reportedly how Condor remembered them.

Lana also revealed she stayed up nights for months worrying about how she will greet “Mrs. Obama” as she adorably called her.

“It’s not the monarch, so you don’t bow,” Lana said.

“But she’s my queen.”

Lana Condor also had the pleasure of meeting Barack Obama. And when she did, she told him she thinks he is amazing but his wife is even more amazing. And we get it. And I’m sure Obama gets it too as he replied with “I get that all the time.”

His wife IS pretty amazing and he’s admitted that on several occasions. He even teared up talking about her in his last speech to the nation.

Lana On To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You

The first film of the trilogy, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, turned out to be a huge hit. Even before Netflix movie hits were a thing. Lana Condor revealed how much fun it is with her co-star, Noah Centineo. And that it wouldn’t be half as good an experience if she and Noah were not on as great terms as they are.


The sequel is based on a love triangle that angered fans when they watched the movie at a fan screening and the premiere.

She also revealed to Fallon they have already finished shooting for the third film in the series. It’s a long wait. But in the meantime, To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You releases on 12th February 2020 so don’t miss it!

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