Growing up is difficult—particularly within the highlight.
Miranda Cosgrove, who starred on Nickelodeon’s iCarly from 2007 to 2012, lately opened up about coping with fame and expectations at such a younger age.
“For sure there was pressure,” Miranda mentioned on the Reign with with Josh Smith podcast Sept. 5. “Even when you’re not on TV or acting or anything, just growing up, there’s a lot of pressure to try to figure so many things out.”
Miranda admitted she used to hunt out destructive feedback on-line whereas starring on the mega-fashionable sequence.
“When I was younger, I would go through and kind of ignore all the nice comments and look for the one mean one,” Miranda admitted. “I would be going through for a while and be like, ‘Oh, found it!’”
Retrospect has been a strong device for Miranda, who at present reprises her position of Carly Shay on the Paramount+ reboot of iCarly.
“I feel like when I was younger, I didn’t think about it as much as I do now,” Miranda mentioned. “Looking back, I think, ‘That seems like it would’ve been really hard.’ But when I was doing it, I wasn’t really thinking about it as much. I was more just kind of living my life.”