On Sept. 26, Ariana sent a couple heartfelt tweets to Jennette after the ‘Sam & Cat’ star’s mother passed away on Sept 20. The tweets revealed that the girls are much more than co-stars — they’re closer to sisters.
Jennette McCurdy, 21, thankfully has someone to lean on after her mother, Debbie McCurdy, lost her battle with cancer on Sept. 20. But as Jennette continues to grieve her tragic loss, BFF and Sam & Cat co-star Ariana Grande, 20, has lent her support to the actress via Twitter.
Ariana Grande Lends Support To Grieving Jennette McCurdy
Ariana Grande, 20, tweeted her condolences to best friend and Sam & Cat co-star Jennette McCurdy, 21, after her mother’s tragic passing.
She tweeted, “Rest in peace Debbie McCurdy one of the most beautiful brightest souls and kindest hearts this world has ever known, I was blessed to know u.”
Jennette responded by thanking Ariana: “@ArianaGrande thanks for being by my side and showing so much respect to my mom.” The Way songstress then wrote back, “Love you more than you know always.”
The sweet exchange took place in front of the girls’ followers — who later followed suit by tweeting Jennette their sympathy too. Jennette has since thanked her 4 million followers for their kind tweets.
Stay strong, Jennette.
Jennette McCurdy & Ariana Grande Planned Sleepover On The Day Of Debra McCurdy’s Death
Just a day before Debra’s death, Jennette gushed about having sleepover plans with BFF Ariana. She had told reporters at the People Style Watch’s Hollywood Denim Party about the sleepover and her and Ariana’s plans to catch up on boy drama on Sept. 19. “We share everything. We always go through, like, boy situations at the same time, so we both had new kind of romances over our break, so we’ve just been kind of catching up on those.”
Sadly, the ladies could not meet up after Jennette received the tragic news about her mother.
Clearly though they’ve been able to reconnect since, and Ariana is proving one of Jennette’s strongest outlets of support. “My friends are amazing. I really gotta raise their salary,” Jennette tweeted on Sept. 26.
— Danielle Noriega