Twitter Has Mixed Reactions About The New John Ambrose In The 'To All The Boys' Sequel

Who says John Ambrose HAS TO BE blonde and blue-eyed?
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Today is a blessed day because Lana Condor, Jenny Han, and Netflix finally announced the new actor who's going to play the character of John Ambrose McClaren in P.S. I Still Love You, the sequel to the hit film To All The Boys I've Loved Before. It's none other than 25-year-old Jordan Fisher

Where we last saw him: Grease: Live (2016), Hamilton in Broadway (2016), Dancing With The Stars (2017), and Rent: Live (2019).

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Recap: John Ambrose, along with Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) and a few other guys, receives a love letter from Lara Jean. He appears briefly (just for a few seconds, actually) during the end credits of To All The Boys, holding LJ's letter and some flowers. 

How are fans feeling about the recast? Some are definitely ALL FOR IT. Who says a person of color (POC) can't play the character, right? And we can totally see Jordan's charm just from the video Lana Condor posted today. 

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Some fans are screaming "justice for Jordan Burtchett," the actor who appeared as John Ambrose in the first film: 

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While others are having mixed feelings about Peter K and John Ambrose as early as now. And if you read the books, you'll totally understand why!  

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