Jennette McCurdy always wants to help her fans and answer their questions. Popstar Magazine has provided Jennette McCurdy her very own advice column called “Ask Jennette” in the latest issue. Both Jennette and Dan Schneider were excited to hear the news and tweeted the following:
— Jennette McCurdy (@jennettemccurdy) March 17, 2013
— Dan Schneider (@DanWarp) March 17, 2013
Below is the April 2012 issue of three questions being answered by Jennette:
I really like this guy so much, but I can’t tell if he thinks of me in “that” way or just sees me as one of the guys because I’m kind of a tomboy. How can I figure out without telling him I like him?
Guys can be tough to figure out sometimes. Try to talk to him one-on-one and see what kind of vibe you get from him. Be yourself and be relaxed. Hopefully he asks you out on a date! If not, hang out in a big group with him and just let a friendship evolve naturally. It very well may turn into something else. :)
This year for Christmas all my friends put pics of their gifts on Instagram, Twitter, etc. But my family isn’t wealthy and I didn’t get expensive things (iPhone, 1D tix) like my friends did. I love my parents more than anything, but just wondering if you had any advice on how to deal with feeling left out/different from my friends.
First, I’m a big believer in the How the Grinch Stole Christmas mentality: “Christmas comes without packages, boxes, or bows.” Christmas is all about hanging out and making memories with the ones you love, but I get it, presents are pretty cool too. Take it from someone who got a Harry Potter potion maker the same year my friends were getting laptops and iPods. It does feel different. Just focus on what you do have and be sure to hang out with friends that never let you feel left out. Or, you could always dress up as the Grinch next year and steal all of their presents. Lol – jk!
My dream is to become an actress like you, but I live in the middle of nowhere. How can I help get to my goal without living in Hollywood?
Try to audition for local plays and community theatre to get practice. If you’re good, try to talk to your parents about taking your acting to the next level. See what that means for you and them. Who knows, maybe you’ll be moving to Hollywood sooner than you think! ;)
You can send questions to Jennette through Popstar via the following address or tweet them @popstarmagazine
210 Route 4 East, Suite 211
Paramus, NJ 07652