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Topic - Miranda Cosgrove
Teen star Miranda Cosgrove says she usually doesn't get nervous about taping episodes of her Nickelodeon comedy, "iCarly," but that changed when first lady Michelle Obama taped a recent guest appearance on the show.
Teen star Miranda Cosgrove says she doesn't usually get nervous about taping episodes of her Nickelodeon comedy, "iCarly," but that changed when first lady Michelle Obama taped an appearance on the show.
Teen star Miranda Cosgrove said she doesn't usually get nervous about taping episodes of her Nickelodeon comedy, "iCarly," but that changed when first lady Michelle Obama appeared on the show.
Baseball in September? Meh. When the season dwindles, fans of downtrodden teams need a reason to come to the ballpark beyond the game itself. Sometimes, that reason comes after the game.
Actress and singer Miranda Cosgrove has broken her ankle in a tour bus accident in southern Illinois. Gina Schulman, a spokeswoman for the star of Nickelodeon's "iCarly," says the accident happened early Thursday on Interstate 70 near Vandalia, 70 miles northeast of St. Louis. Schulman says all five passengers on the bus "will be fine."
"She has good comic timing in real life, too," Cosgrove said.
"I've been doing the show for a long time, and I usually don't get nervous, but having the first lady on the set, I was really nervous," Miss Cosgrove, 18, said with a laugh in an Associated Press interview Wednesday.