09:39 PM EDT 10/16/2013
Originally posted 07/04/2012 08:45AM
Miranda Cosgrove, who just finished filming the sixth and final season of her hit Nickelodeon show iCarly, says she's ready (and excited) to kick off her freshman year at University of Southern California this August.
"We're finished with iCarly forever, which is kind of crazy," says Cosgrove, 19, calling the final taping "emotional."
"Especially during the last scene, everyone started crying," she says. "But I'm also excited to start college."
Originally posted 01/24/2012 09:50AM
Hollywood's awards season is a time of relative calm for the Jolie-Pitt family. Oscar-nominee Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie can celebrate their films – and the reaction to them – and also kick back with the kids.
On the latter score, Pitt says, the children have certain favorite activities – both at home and on outings.
"A lot of it, for us, is family," the actor, 48, told PEOPLE Sunday at the Producers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills. "Just breaking away and getting to take the kids to Benihana's or something."
Originally posted 09/10/2010 06:55AM
Jane Lynch has been making people laugh for years. But she's never been so funny – or so recognized for her talents – as she is playing quirky Sue Sylvester on Glee. Now, she's taking her colorful and comical act to Nickelodeon's hit iCarly, which stars teen sensation Miranda Cosgrove as Web star Carly Shay and Jennette McCurdy as her best friend Sam Puckett.
In an episode airing Saturday (8 p.m. ET), Lynch will play Sam's much-talked-about but never-before-seen mom Pam, who's known for her dubious dating and driving habits – as well as having a tattoo of a foot on her foot.
"We all love Jane Lynch and when we heard she was a fan of the show," Marjorie Cohn, Nick's president of original programming, says. "We knew instantly that only she could bring this fabled character to life." In an exclusive clip of the episode, Carly find herself stuck in a 'therapy box' with the feuding mother-daughter duo, who've been sequestered until they can work out their differences.
Originally posted 06/07/2010 02:30PM
She's a little behind schedule, but Miranda Cosgrove is ready for a set of hot wheels. There's just one problem.
"I need my license!" the iCarly star, 17, told PEOPLE at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. "My parents have been trying to get me to get my license. I have no idea why I don't have it."
The delay, at least, has given the actress time to reflect on what car she wants. A year ago, on her 16th birthday, she told PEOPLE she wanted a Volkswagen Bug. Now, she's changed her mind.
Originally posted 09/11/2009 06:30AM
It's no secret that she can act and sing, but as Miranda Cosgrove tells PEOPLE in its new special issue, there's more to her than meets the eye.
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