Janet McCurdy reveals what was going to make her 'pee' forever at Ariana Grande

Janet McCurdy reveals what was going to make her 'pee' forever at Ariana Grande

Janet McCurdy says her dislike for Ariana Grande began when she began shooting her Nickelodeon show, after she learned that the pop star was allegedly allowed to pursue outside opportunities.

"I made two feature books during 'iCarly', which I had to turn down because the 'iCarly' team didn't write out episodes to shoot them," McCurdy wrote in his new memoir. ,” claims the producers will stuff Grande's character into a box so she can miss filming.

"Are you. Kidding me," recalls McCurdy thinking. "So I have to turn down the movies while whistle-toning Ariana at the Billboard Music Awards? F—k. This."

The 30-year-old "Best Player" actress admitted that once 29-year-old Grande was allowed to continue filming, she broke down.

"I'm angry about it. I'm proud of him. Jealous of him. For some reason," she writes.

"I'm angry about it. I'm proud of him. Jealous of him. For some reason," she writes.

“So now, every time she misses work it feels like a personal attack. ... From that moment on I did not like him. I couldn't like him."

"iCarly" ended its original run in 2012, and "Sam & Cat" ran just one season from 2013 to 2014.

"iCarly" ended its original run in 2012, and "Sam & Cat" ran just one season from 2013 to 2014.

The book by the "Zoey 101" alum is filled with heart-wrenching anecdotes about her battle with bulimia and her strained relationship with her mother and Nickelodeon.

McCurdy writes that after leaving the children's entertainment network, she turned down an offer of $300,000 that would require her to never speak publicly about her experiences there.