Nathan Kress Opens Up About His iCarly Role

Nickelodeon’s iCarly is a hilarious sitcom that’s geared towards tweens and teens. If you’ve ever wanted what to know it’s like to play in such a fun show, watch the interview in the below with one of the show’s stars Nathan Kress.

The interview was with Young Hollywood’s RJ Williams. Topics covered in the video below include Kress’s Kids Choice Awards nomination for Best Sidekick(along with co-stars Jennette McCurdy and Jerry Trainor), why he think Trainor deserves the nomination, how his character Freddie has grown over the years, his thoughts on the Sam/Freddie relationship dynamic, and more. You can find out what Kress had to say and watch the entire interview below. There was also a brief description that came along with the video:

The ever-charming Nathan Kress drops by the Young Hollywood Studio to dish the deets on the sixth season of his hit Nickelodeon show, ‘iCarly’! Having been nominated for a Kids Choice Award for Best Sidekick, we asked Nathan what exactly makes a great sidekick? Nathan also reflects on how the show, his character, and even he has changed over the past five years since the show began.

iCarly is a feel-good show that features characters that are likable and relatable. The show is all about Carly Shay(the main character) but it wouldn’t be the same without her pals or older brother. What did you think of Nathan Kress’s interview with Young Hollywood? Is his character Freddie your favorite? Do you think he and Sam make a cute couple?

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