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Originally posted 05/19/2010 07:00PM
Miranda Cosgrove wrote her song "Kissin' U" with a certain boy in mind – but she won't reveal her muse.
Asked if that special someone is fellow Nickelodeon star Nat Wolff, whom she's been linked with, Cosgrove, 17, laughs, "Um, next question."
But she confesses, "I go on dates all the time and I have guys that I really like, but I don't have a definite boyfriend."
Cosgrove has plenty of other things to dish about: She's performing songs from her new album Sparks Fly in her first mini-concert (no lip synching!) this Thursday in Plano, Texas, for the 8-year-old winner of the Quaker Chewy Afterschool Rocks Sweepstakes.
Originally posted 03/23/2010 08:45AM
What do Robert Downey Jr., Katy Perry and a few hundred gallons of green slime have in common?
The stars – along with Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Chris Rock, Jackie Chan, Jonah Hill, Queen Latifah, David Spade, Lea Michele, Dev Patel, Miranda Cosgrove, Shaun White and more – are set to help host Kevin James dole out Nickelodeon's 23rd Annual Kids' Choice Awards this Saturday.
In addition to Rihanna and Justin Bieber performing, eight-time Olympic medalist Apolo Anton Ohno will attempt to set a new world record for being catapulted into the show's trademark green slime via the Kids' Choice Awards Slime Slingshot.
The awards will be telecast live from UCLA's Pauley Pavilion on March 27 at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). Until then, kids can cast their votes online in 19 categories including favorite couple, movie actor, singer, athlete and reality show.
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.
Originally posted 08/06/2009 08:45PM
Just 16 years old, Miranda Cosgrove already has a full showbiz resume: a Teen Choice Award nomination, the hit TV show iCarly on Nickelodeon and now a song for the upcoming animated film Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Cosgrove will perform "Raining Sunshine" for the end credits of the movie, based on the popular children's book, which arrives in theaters Sept. 18 and stars the voices of Anna Faris, Andy Samberg and Bill Hader.
"She's an amazing artist who brings her smart, fresh style to our film," says Lia Vollack, president of worldwide music for Sony Pictures Entertainment. – Mike Fleeman
Originally posted 05/18/2009 05:25PM
Miranda Cosgrove may have a hit show on Nickelodeon and a host of tween stars as pals, but that didn't stop the iCarly star from getting jitters before her 16th birthday bash in Hollywood Saturday night.
"I was a little nervous coming in," Cosgrove told PEOPLE of her party at Siren Studios, whose A-list tween guests included Suite Life on Deck stars Dylan and Cole Sprouse, True Jackson's Keke Palmer, and her costars Nathan Kress and Jeanette McCurdy.
In the end, she had nothing to worry about. "It's just so much fun," she said. "I couldn't be any happier."
Originally posted 01/09/2009 11:30AM
Want to know where Hollywood's hottest teen stars rest when the day is done?
Thanks to Miranda Cosgrove, you can. According to the iCarly star's MySpace page she'll be giving tours of the homes of 12 young celebrities on a special two-hour episode of MTV Cribs on Jan. 17.
The first-ever MTV Cribs Celeb Teens Countdown will reportedly feature the cool pads of rapper Bow Wow, Olympic snowboarder Shaun White and pop duo Aly & A.J. among others.
Originally posted 12/02/2008 02:10PM
Miranda Cosgrove is releasing a music video for her new song, "About You Now," and PEOPLE.com has an exclusive behind the scenes peek at the making of the clip.
In the video, Cosgrove, 15, is paired with famed telenovela star Diego González. The Nickelodeon star takes fans backstage at the shoot, directed by Bille Woodruff, where she describes why making the high energy video was so much fun.
"I got to have my real friends inside the music video since it's based in the mall," Cosgrove says. "I invited like six of my best friends and we got to hang out all day. So, that was a blast."
The song comes from Cosgrove's debut album, iCarly – Music from and Inspired by the Hit TV Show. The full video for "About You Now" will debut on Nickelodeon on Dec. 5 following the premiere of the TV movie Merry Christmas Drake & Josh.
Originally posted 08/01/2008 08:20AM
You've heard the song – now watch the video. People.com has an exclusive first look at Miranda Cosgrove's new video for her tune, "Stay My Baby."
This is the first video from the 15-year-old star of Nickelodeon's hit iCarly. The song is off the album iCarly – Music from and Inspired by the Hit TV Show.
In the video, Cosgrove – wearing a graphic white tank top, black shorts and black sneakers – is seen playing with her band and hanging out in a recording studio where she catches the eye of a cute sound engineer played by Nolan Funk.
What starts as a recording session quickly turns into a dance party as Cosgrove – who plays accidental Web star Carly Shay on the Nickelodeon show – welcomes a group of friends to the studio. At the happy ending, Cosgrove is seen leaving with her guy.
Originally posted 06/11/2008 01:55PM
She may be living a "dream come true," but iCarly star Miranda Cosgrove still has to follow her parents' rules like any other teen.
"They are kind of strict," 15-year-old Cosgrove told PEOPLE at the Times Square Virgin Megastore where she was signing copies of her debut album, iCarly – Music from and Inspired by the Hit TV Show Tuesday. (Listen to a track here.) "I have to clean my room and stuff like that. And I have been grounded before, unfortunately."
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