Hello, fellow romantics! If you haven't seen/finished/properly processed To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, turn around right now and go do that — because this post contains spoilers. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Netflix You, avoiding spoilers. If you've seen it, you know that the movie really puts Lara Jean (and us) through it by making her choose between Peter Kavinsky and John Ambrose McClaren. Netflix A situation I am jealous of but also would never want to be in. The key plot point that sets the love triangle in motion is the letter that John Ambrose sends Lara Jean after receiving her love letter from middle school. Netflix WELL, it turns out that Jordan Fisher, the man behind John Ambrose, WROTE THE LETTER HIMSELF. Jordan Fisher @Jordan_Fisher Oh and yes that was me actually playing piano. OH and I actually wrote the letter that John Ambrose sent back to Lara Jean. Wrote, sealed, everything 💜 12:50 PM - 12 Feb 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite The contents of the letter are pretty similar to John Ambrose's letter from the books. Jordan could have let someone from the props department take care of that, big star that he is. But instead, he sat down and poured John Ambrose's heart out onto the page. Netflix "Dear Lara Jean, I couldn’t believe when I opened that letter and it was from you. Wow. It’s been, what, five years since we’ve seen each other? Not that I’m mad or anything, I was so happy to get it. I can’t believe how mature you were at eleven. When I was eleven, my mom was still putting snacks out for me after school, and here you were with all these complex thoughts and emotions. Do you remember the time we both got locked out after school and we went to the Robertsons’s tree house and read Harry Potter until it got dark? I think if I’d written you a love letter back then, I doubt I would’ve been able to say much more than, 'I like reading with you. You’re pretty.' But your letter was so much more than that. Thank you for sending it to me. I just have one question…why send it now? Whatever the reason, I’m really glad I got to read it. Yours, John Ambrose" Not only that, but that was actually him playing a song that he improvised on the piano during the best rom-com piano scene ever. Netflix Move over, Pretty Woman. Look, I'm not saying that this is the kind of dedication that deserves an Oscar nomination, but I'm not not saying it either. Netflix I MEAN.