After the photo leak, she tweeted, “To anyone disappointed: I sent those pics to 1 person. The show won, and she lost to her co-star Ariana Grande.
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After Sam and Cat’s cancellation, Grande wrote a post expressing her gratitude about the show, but conspicuously left out any mention of Mc Curdy.
“I think we butted heads at times, but in a very sisterly way,” Mc Curdy told E! Perhaps indicating the pecking order, Grande, for her part, has not addressed this.
The blog Perez Hilton, one of Mc Curdy’s supporters, may have summed it up best when it said, “We're sure her fans are licking their lips in a frenzied delight right now!
” Mc Curdy was getting a taste of what happens to female teen stars when they reveal a sexuality of their own.
Mc Curdy’s fans call themselves Mc Curdians, and there is no shortage of blogs, Tumblrs, and fan-generated content devoted to her.
Her Facebook page has over 15 million likes, she has 6.3 million followers on Twitter, 4.2 million on Instagram, and 2.6 million on Vine, which she hasn’t even used since June of 2014.Kids shows, more than any other thing on TV, seem to most readily embrace the logic of Fordist production: “Once we didn’t have child labor laws we could work like 16 hours a day,” Mc Curdy quipped in an interview with E!, “So you are around these people constantly and it’s just natural that you’re going to have ups and downs.” Nickelodeon, for instance, originally ordered 20 episodes of Sam and Cat, but immediately doubled the order to 40 once they saw the ratings.After Sam and Cat’s cancellation, Mc Curdy became more outspoken about the teen television industry.She posted an entry on her own sub Reddit (her username is curmudgeon457) entitled “I am not a role model,” in which she blasted the industry at large.During the spat with Nickelodeon, fans took to any number of social-media outlets to comment, analyze, defend, criticize, and extol her comings and goings, whom she was dating, what she was wearing, and whether she was making good decisions for herself.