When asked if she would stick with Nickelodeon for a future acting project, Mc Curdy then responded, "I left Nickelodeon recently because I needed to move forward with my life." As for why she has been oddly silent on social media, "I do find myself sick of social media at times, so I take a step back.
I don't believe people should attack me because their image of me is destroyed after I post a harmless, sultry photo. Moreover, I'm literally wearing more than most bathing suits nowadays in any 'nekkid and provocative' picture that has been seen of me." Altogether, the Reddit reflection is not one of remorse. Maybe it wasn't so much that I was trying to live up to it.
I don't believe an actor/actress should lose the rights to be themselves in an attempt to cater to the image that was created by a character they played. Perhaps I thought I could and I thought I was supposed to, so I gave it my best shot.
"I just feel that, you know Ariana and I were and are extremely close and very like-minded in a lot of different ways and then, sorta as the show dissolved, everybody wanted to find some sort of hidden meaning in our relationship," Mc Curdy tells us (see more Tuesday on Jennette continued to explain that working long hours beside Grande for those years created a friendship that cannot be penetrated."There is certainly like a friend dynamic but then once you're around that person for—I mean, —once we didn't have child labor laws we could work like 16 hours a day so you are around these people constantly and It's just natural that you're gonna have ups and downs," she says."But you bond so much and you're so close that you can't go through that experience and...
I can't imagine a world where you would not come out extreme friends.
What defines a person as a role model is the way they live their life.