All boys have Noah Santino’s tonsils removed after ‘seven years’ of chronic tonsillitis and strep throat.
All Boys Heartthrob Noh Santino surgically removed his tonsils last Friday after suffering ‘seven years’ of chronic tonsillitis and strep throat.
The 24-year-old born in Miami gave her 18M Instagram followers a good look inside her throat before and after taking out lymphoid organs in her throat.
Noah was clearly sympathetic and shared several snaps of himself watching after his hospital visit.
“I hope you enjoyed your free stay!” Heartthrob Noh Santino underwent surgery of his tonsil last Friday after suffering ‘seven years’ of chronic tonsillitis and strep throat.
Santino and a man, Pal, then indulged in ‘just ice cream’ and calmed the sore throat.
Last Wednesday, the former Disney Channel star revealed the moment he knew he was famous when five fans showed up to greet him in a JFK airport baggage claim after tracking down his flight.
‘This scared the s *** out of me!’ Noa tells GQ that they are now friends.
‘We are all good. When I see them I embrace them. ‘
Before / After: The 24-year-old born in Miami gave her 18M Instagram followers a good look inside her throat before and after taking out lymphoid organs in her throat.
On Mend: Noah was clearly sympathetic, sharing several snaps of himself after his hospital visit
Sweet treat: Santino and a man Pal indulged in ‘just ice cream’ to soothe and cool the sore throat.
Still dating? The former Disney Channel star last made headlines with Kylie Jenner’s friend Stacey Karanicola (R) for holding hands outside a private LA Halloween party despite the Coronovirus’s strict guidelines.
Santino last made headlines for holding hands with Kylie Jenner’s friend Stacey Karanicolao outside a private LA Halloween party, despite strict guidelines due to the coroners.
COVID-19, according to Johns Hopkins University, is a nationwide spiking with 13,848 deaths of 1.01M confirmed cases in Los Angeles.
Agoura High School Alum will reprise her role as Stanford University’s new artist-Peter-Kavinsky in Michael Fimogannery’s Three-Quarter to All Boys: Always and Forever, which premieres on Netflix on February 12.
Noah also starred in Jackie Chan’s 1930s directorial effort The Diary, and he will play the character Al Rothstein / Atom Smasher in Jame Collette-Serra’s Shazam! Spin-off, Black Adam.
Premiere on Netflix on February 12! Noah would next reappear his role as Peter Qinski, the three children of Stanford University newcomer Michael Fimoganari.
Upcoming Giggs: Santino also starred in Jackie Chan (M) ‘s directorial effort The Diary of the 1930s set and he will play the character Al Rothstein / Atom Smasher in Jamé Collette-Serra’s Shazam! Spin-off, black adam