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Nickelodeon Posts Extended Music Video Of ICarly Theme As Miranda Cosgrove Goes Viral

October 20, 2018

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Jennette Mcurdy, Miranda Cosgrove and Nathan Kress. iCarly cast photo | Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon has posted the extended version of “Leave It All To Me” performed by Miranda Cosgrove to their YouTube channel following a big week for the former Nickelodeon star. The song is the opening theme to the series “iCarly” which Cosgrove starred in from 2007-2012.  Earlier last week Miranda appeared in a vlog by YouTube star David Dobrik who decided to reach out to the ‘iCarly” star to see if she wanted to reunite with Josh Peck who worked with Miranda on her first role for Nickelodeon on the series “Drake & Josh”. Miranda played younger sister Megan Parker who would always pull pranks on her two older brothers. Miranda who is now 25 told David Dobrik that she hadn’t seen Josh in 4 or 5 years, You can see that reunion in our previous post at the link here!

Also this past week, Nickelodeon began airing reruns of “iCarly” on its network in the evening. In celebration of the return of the popular series to the airwaves, The kids’ network has released the full version of the “iCarly” theme song. The song features Miranda Cosgrove on lead vocals accompanied by “Drake & Josh” star and musician Drake Bell. You can watch the extended music video below:

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