Ariana Grande has one less “problem” in becoming a global pop superstar.
The “Break Free” singer’s Nickelodeon sitcom, “Sam & Cat,” has been cancelled after 35 episodes.
In a long and heartfelt blog post, the singer-actress wrote about how Nick helped her making “a childhood dream of mine come true, for being a family to me, [and] for being so accommodating and supportive of my multitasking with my music career.”
The music, of course, has been a big priority since “The Way” became a surprise hit for the star, who had previously best been known for a supporting role on Nickelodeon’s “Victorious.”
Her character of Cat Valentine spun off with “iCarly” actress Jenette McCurdy’s Sam. Grande says she’ll always cherish the character she played for so long and hopes to be more like her moving forward.
“[S]he never let people’s judgments hold her back from doing what she wanted, acting how she wanted, dressing how she wanted, [dyeing] her hair however she wanted,” she explained.
The show’s cancellation will raise eyebrows as there was some behind-the-scenes drama, most of which involved McCurdy.
Grande defended her co-star in another post back in April, saying the issues had nothing to do with a salary dispute or issues between the actresses.
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