While Jennette McCurdy's relationship with her Sam & Cat co-star, Ariana Grande, may be strained, she's still hoping the 29-year-old musician reads her memoir, I'm Glad My Mom Died.
In the memoir, out Tuesday, McCurdy recalled feeling jealous of Grande as she missed work in pursuit of her burgeoning singing career.
A final breaking point came after "Ariana came whistle-toning in with excitement because she had spent the previous evening playing charades at Tom Hanks’s house."
"That was the moment I broke," McCurdy recalled. "I couldn’t take it anymore. Music performances and magazine covers... whatever, I’ll get over it.
McCurdy continued, "I don't know what that looks like. I haven’t gone that far, definitely wanna focus on writing and directing
but I'm open to the idea of acting, which feels like growth to me because I had walked away from it so definitively in my past, which felt important to me at the time. But I'm just in a different place now."