The 23-year-old Perfect Date star recently shocked fans when he took to his Instagram Story to show off his new look — a blond beard. While Centineo — who's set to reprise his role in The Fosters' upcoming Christmas special — is still rocking his brunette hairdo, his blond facial hair is a new development.
In response to his beard, Centineo's fans flooded Twitter with both confusion and compliments.
"Uhhhhh. Did you dye you're [sic] beard? I'm confused haha," one user wrote, while another commented that he looks "so different with that beard."
"the fact that you bleached your beard is sending me," another noted.
"Okay I'm mad that I'm digging the bleached beard," a fourth tweeted.
Others speculated that Centineo's new look could be in preparation for his upcoming role as He-Man in Masters of the Universe. When ET caught up with theactor, he revealed how he's preparing for his latest gig.
"I mean, I don't look like He-Man, and I need to look like He-Man," he said. "So, it's crazy. We're doing a lot of hard work, and it's every single day and it's really fun and I like regimen, so it's good for me."
In addition to He-Man, Centineo is also set to reprise his role of Peter Kavinsky in the second and third installments in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before franchise. ET recently spoke to Jordan Fisher — whose character, John Ambrose, is set to insert himself into a love triangle with Peter and his girlfriend, Lara Jean (Lana Condor), in the sequel film — about what fans can expect from the next part of the movie series.
"John Ambrose shakes the table up just by being somebody in Lara Jean's eyes," Fisher said. "I think Lara Jean giving any attention to anybody but Peter Kavinsky is already a big deal."
"Listen, like, John Ambrose is a daddy," Fisher quipped, using the popular internet slang term. "I'm not gonna lie. He's dope. He's the guy you hope she ends up with in the grand scheme of things, because he just has his head on his shoulders and he's very together and he's charming and all of these things. It was a lot of fun to play and I'm excited for people to see it. I think people are going to like it."