Jennette McCurdy

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My life of red carpets, hit TV shows ... and losing a tooth from purging!
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They're really owning their golden years.
Image: Giphy Savvy "iCarly" fans know about numerous adult jokes hidden in various episodes, like Freddie's interesting apartment
So, how do these summer series stack up on the Yep-or-Nope-o-Meter? Read on to find out! Ryan McGee and I discussed the shows
You may have recently spent your weekends binge-watching Netflix's "Daredevil," "Grace and Frankie" or "The Unbreakable Kimmy
For me, health is a little less undeviating. There are times when I'll do a two-day juice cleanse, feel great, and then have an In N Out hamburger for breakfast the next morning.
One of the greatest mysteries from "iCarly" comes in the episode "iGot A Hot Room." In one particular scene, Carly mentions
The 22-year-old has dealt with growing up and living life in the public eye. In March, racy photos of the "iCarly" star surfaced
TV & Film
Hit Nickelodeon show "Sam and Cat" has not yet been renewed for a second season, despite its popularity among the network's
McCurdy and Drummond's romance began after they met via Twitter in September 2013, and things quickly came to a public end
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I've committed to a life of salad. And lies. — Jennette McCurdy (@jennettemccurdy) January 20, 2014 If by "SAG" awards you
Jennette McCurdy, of Nickelodeon's "iCarly" and "Sam & Cat", isn't a kid anymore. And much like Britney Spears and Miley
Why We Love It: "Wrecking Ball" is the perfect song to show off Jennette's singing chops. While we would love to hear what
Better Than The Original? #TeamLorde4Lyfe. (But seriously, Jennette... can you come out with a new album already?) What do
In the exclusive clip above, Marshall's character meets with Sam (Jennette McCurdy) to discuss meeting with her nemesis, her
Sneak peek of "Laverne & Shirley" stars Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams on "Sam & Cat."
1. Don't think too hard. Between her goofy dance moves and hilarious Twitter feed, we'd like to think Jennette McCurdy would
Vine, Twitter’s micro-video social network, is perhaps the best form of entertainment for Generation Distraction. With a
Back in 2011, Jennette penned a poignant essay in the Wall Street Journal, addressing her mother's illness. She wrote: "Underneath