The claws of "Sam & Cat" came out.
Jennette McCurdy says her distaste for Ariana Grande started shortly after they started filming their Nickelodeon show. She learns that the pop star is allegedly licensed to pursue outside opportunities.
" 'iCarly' booked two features, but the 'iCarly' team didn't write them down from the episode for filming, so they declined. McCurdy wrote in his new memoir, "I'm Glad My Mom Died,", claiming that producers boxed up Grande's character so he could miss filming. increase.
"You're kidding," McCurdy remembered thinking. "So, do I have to turn down the movie while Ariana isn't whistling at the Billboard Music Awards? F–k. This." The Players' actress admitted she snapped when Grande, 29, was cleared to stop filming.
"I'm mad at her about it. I'm mad at her. I'm jealous of her. There are a number of reasons," she said. I am writing. "So now every time she misses work, it feels like a personal attack. … From that moment on, I didn't like her. I didn't like her."
"iCarly" ended its first run in 2012, while "Sam&Cat" only ran for one her season from 2013 to her 2014.
A Nickelodeon rep never returned her six pages. Request for comments.
Grande has not publicly responded to an excerpt from McCurdy's memoir. ,filled with heartbreaking anecdotes about his mother's strained relationship with Nickelodeon.
McCurdy writes that after leaving her network for children's entertainment, she declined her $300,000 offer to never publicly discuss her experiences there. .