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  • -Last time I saw you was

  • at the big giant Met Gala here in New York.

  • -Yes, that was so crazy because, number one,

  • the Met, I, like, I worship, and I've always wanted to go.

  • And I remember, I saw you from across the room.

  • And I was, like, "Man, I was on his show.

  • And I sure hope he remembers me."

  • Because I absolutely loved being on your show.

  • And then you came up, and not only

  • did you, like, give me a hug,

  • but -- I don't know if you remember -- you helped me

  • with my train as we were going into the dinner.

  • And I was, like, "Okay, so he remembered me,

  • and he's helping me with my train."

  • It was, like, such a -- I was so starstruck.

  • -Oh, my God. -I was.

  • -Yeah, I do remember this. Oh, my God. Look how gorgeous.

  • Come on, I remember that. -Yeah.

  • -Yeah, so you needed help with that train.

  • -Yeah. -That's not me,

  • but I wish it was. [ Laughter ]

  • I wish it was me. Yeah, whoever that guy is, yeah,

  • not too shabby.

  • You got to do something very cool recently.

  • You traveled to Vietnam and worked with Michelle Obama?

  • -Yes. -How did this come about?

  • -I don't know. Okay. So I got a call.

  • And I have a scholarship.

  • I'm from Vietnam and I was adopted from Vietnam.

  • And I have a scholarship that puts Vietnamese girls through

  • high school education.

  • And she has the Girls Opportunity Alliance,

  • which is all about educating young women.

  • And our values, you know, coincide.

  • And all of a sudden I got this phone call, like,

  • "Would you like to go to Vietnam with Mrs. Obama?"

  • And I was like, "Uh, yes!

  • I absolutely would." -Like, "Now?

  • I mean, I could pack a bag quick."

  • -"I'll leave now." -Yeah.

  • -Exactly. And so we went.

  • It was my first time going home since I was adopted.

  • So, I actually, I got to visit the orphanage

  • where I was from for the first time.

  • -When did you leave? At would age?

  • -I was 4 months old. So I was a baby.

  • But the orphanage is now a nursing home, ironically.

  • But the curtains, the paint, like, the windows,

  • everything was the same.

  • And then right after that I got to go work with Mrs. Obama

  • and speak to girls about the importance of education.

  • And I stayed up all night long

  • for, like, months, thinking, like, "How will I greet her?"

  • Because -- -Yeah, no, I understand, yeah.

  • -Like, it's not the monarch, so you don't bow.

  • -Nope. [ Laughter ]

  • -But she's my Queen. [ Laughter ]

  • So she's kind of like, I don't really know.

  • -Yeah. -And so I ended up being like --

  • I just froze. And when she walked in,

  • I was, like, frozen.

  • And then I was like, "Okay, I'm not going to give her a hug.

  • I'm not going to make any sudden movements because

  • the Secret Service" like, I don't want to be --

  • Like, I don't want to -- you know?

  • -No one's going to snipe you out.

  • -I don't know. [ Laughter ]

  • And she just came in and like, gave me a big hug

  • in her beautiful arms.

  • And I was like, "I love you."

  • -Yeah, yeah. -She's amazing.

  • -I know. I love her, too.

  • Here's you with President Obama, too.

  • -Yes, I also met the one and only.

  • -What did you say -- what did you say to him?

  • He's pretty cool. -I blacked out.

  • I made -- okay, the honest-to-God truth is I met him

  • after I had met Mrs. Obama.

  • So, I was really just living in her world.

  • And when I met him, I was, like, "Hi!

  • Like, you know, I think you're so great,

  • but I think your wife is even more amazing."

  • [ Laughter ] And then I was like,

  • "But why did I say that?"

  • But he was so kind. 'Cause he was like,

  • "I get that all the time." [ Laughter ]

  • And I was like, "Oh, God, okay."

  • -I want to talk about the movie.

  • "To All the Boys I've Loved Before."

  • That was a giant hit.

  • I would say one of the first, like, kind of Netflix movie hits

  • that everyone was talking about.

  • So much that you made a sequel.

  • -Yeah. -And I think --

  • The first one was great.

  • I think this one is a little bit better.

  • -Really? -Yeah, I like it, yeah.

  • -Oh, my gosh. -Because, "P.S. I Love You."

  • I liked the plot twist to it. And I love you and Noah.

  • -Yeah. -You and Noah Centineo.

  • -Mm-hmm. You guys have -- -He was just on your show.

  • -I love that dude, man. I love him.

  • I know you love him too. -I do. I really do.

  • Listen, we were just talking about it the other day

  • since we're doing all this press to promote

  • "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You."

  • And we were talking the other day and I was like,

  • "Thank God we don't hate each other.

  • Like, this would be a miserable experience."

  • 'Cause we spend so much time together.

  • -Yeah. -But he's so great.

  • And the movie's awesome.

  • And it's a trilogy in the books, right?

  • So we were hoping to get a sequel.

  • Then when we got it, I was excited because I felt like

  • Lara Jean had a lot more to grow as a young woman.

  • And she's doing a lot of things for the first --

  • -Will there be a third one? -Yeah.

  • -Oh, really? -We finished shooting it.

  • It's done. -Wait, what? That's done?

  • -Yeah. -The third one's done as well?

  • -Mm-hmm. -No way.

  • -Yeah, so we shot 2 and 3 --

  • -You gotta come back for that one.

  • -I know. You're going to get sick of me.

  • -No, I love you. Are you kidding me?

  • But for this one, how do you want to set this movie up?

  • There's, like, another --

  • -There's -- it's, like, a true, honest, true love triangle.

  • -Yeah. -There's a new character,

  • John Ambrose McClaren,

  • who's played by the amazing Jordan Fisher.

  • And he kind of comes in and rocks the boat.

  • And we had the premiere a couple days ago, and we had a bunch --

  • like, the fan screening and everything.

  • And people were going nuts. They were, like,

  • screaming at Lara Jean, like, "Why?!"

  • [ Laughter ] And it was awesome.

  • -Isn't that fun? Well, we love you.

  • I want to show a clip. Here's Lana Condor

  • in "To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You."

  • Take a look.

  • -Dear John Ambrose, I hope this letter finds you well.

  • Have you continued your interest in politics and diplomacy?

  • I'm sure you're even more smart, considerate, and adorable.

  • What am I saying?

  • I can't say that. Dear John Ambrose,

  • what lovely penmanship you have.

  • When I saw your name on the envelope,

  • my heart skipped a beat, and then I --

  • Oh, my God.

  • I cannot do this.

  • Do I have to tell Peter about this?

  • -Whoo!

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • Lana Condor, everybody.

-Last time I saw you was

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拉娜-康德談因 "米歇爾女王 "和《致所有男孩》三部曲diss奧巴馬 (Lana Condor on Dissing Barack Obama for "Queen Michelle" and the To All the Boys Trilogy)

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