“I hate that so much,” Jennette Mc Curdy says after taking a sip of my drink, a Hendrick’s martini with a twist.
“It makes me hyperventilate.” Her face crumples like a piece of paper, and she chases the sip with her Moscow Mule, a drink she describes as so good it tastes “like Sprite.” A curtain of bangs frames her big cheeks and expressive eyes, making it easy to see how she thrived on Nickelodeon for so many years.
She was in New York for the week promoting her Netflix show, Between, a post-apocalyptic YA tragedy that was picked up for a second season.
Bemelmans is impossibly adult but with a childlike whimsy, not unlike Mc Curdy herself, who turned 23 earlier this year.Will the chemistry between two people fall short of the buzz of millions?""Speaking to the time I spent getting to know Andre face to face, I can personally attest to the fact that the most prominent moments to me were those not chronicled," she continued.(That she’s even an avid listener of Pete Holmes should tell you she is not your average starlet.) The gossip mill quickly zeroed in on her comment that Drummond was a “bad kisser,” and the lingerie photos appeared online soon after, in what appeared to be an act of revenge by Drummond.Gossip sites gawked and leered, claiming to have “nude” or “topless” photos of Mc Curdy.
Andre, 20, had been paying Jennette, 21, attention online for some weeks before she finally tweeted him back in August, and they ended up meeting in person for the first time in L. over Labor Day weekend—a trip that was well-documented on social media, of course. But Jennette reveals in her op-ed that she didn't blindly fall Jennette recalls how the whole thing started when she got hundreds of tweets from fans encouraging her to follow @dre_drummond_ on Twitter, thanks to the "Women Crush Wednesday" posts and other sweet tweets he had devoted to her.