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Drew Barrymore admits to difficulties with revealing childhood trauma
Drew Barrymore doesn't often need help opening up about her past or being candid about her life, but a recent interview on The Drew Barrymore Show made her see her approach entirely different.MORE: Drew Barrymore celebrates her daughter's birthday with an adorable photo you can't missThe actress sat down with Jennette McCurdy, former Nickelodeon star and author of the instantly viral book I'm Glad My Mom Died, and the two discussed having difficult, and often abusive, relationships with their moms.The two could instantly relate to one another having been raised in the spotlight, and though the iCarly actress is nearly two decades younger than the host, Drew was keen on getting advice from her about opening up about having faced parental abuse.WATCH: Drew Barrymore stuns with filter-free appearance inside quirky homeMORE: Drew Barrymore steps out with Jimmy Fallon and Gayle King for celebratory nightJennette's mom passed away nearly ten years before she wrote a book about their traumatic relationship, and speaking of her bold book title, the host asked her: "Do I have to wait to tell all my truths? I don't know if I can do it because certain people are alive?"She had a simple yet blunt response, replying with: "If saying the truth ends a relationship then it's probably a relationship that needed to end."As they continued to have their deep and frank conversation, Drew was not shy about admitting she was hoping to get advice from her guest, telling her: "I relate to your journey so much, I feel like I have a lot to learn from you."The candid conversation was insightful for bothThe Charlie's Angels lead has previously opened up about her difficult childhood, and she had a very public emancipation from her mother, Jaid
My Mom Died - Alexa Nikolas - Zoey 101 actress Alexa Nikolas protests against alleged abuse by Nickelodeon execs - dailymail.co.uk - city Burbank
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Zoey 101 actress Alexa Nikolas protests against alleged abuse by Nickelodeon execs
Zoey 101 actress Alexa Nikolas protested against the alleged abusive practices of Nickelodeon executives outside of network's headquarters in Burbank on Thursday.Speaking to TMZ, the 30-year-old star explained why she and other protestors chose to demonstrate and why she felt the alleged abuse needed to be addressed.When asked about why she chose to protest, Nikolas said that she wants to 'make Nick safe for kids because in my personal experience working on Zoey 101, [I] didn't feel safe.' The protest comes just a few weeks after former Nickelodeon star Jennette McCurdy published her memoir, I'm Glad My Mom Died, in which she claimed to have been mistreated during her time at Nickelodeon.DailyMail.com has reached out Nickelodeon for comment.   Protest: Zoey 101 actress Alexa Nikolas protested against the alleged abusive practices of Nickelodeon executives outside of network's headquarters in Burbank on Thursday  The actress, who organized the protest alongside her group Eat Predators, claimed she was one of many performers who allegedly experienced mistreatment during their time with Nickelodeon.'After hearing so many different stories from different Nick stars it just feels like enough is enough,' she said. Nikolas told the outlet that she felt as if Nickelodeon's executives had the ability to address the allegations, adding: 'I think anyone is redeemable if they actually do the right things moving forward, but they haven't even given a comment.' Speaking out: Speaking to TMZ , the 30-year-old star explained why she and her co-protestors chose to demonstrate and why she felt the alleged abuse needed to be addressed  Safety: When asked about why she chose to protest, Nikolas said that she wants to 'make Nick safe for
My Mom Died - Jennette McCurdy looks preppy as she arrives at signing for her new memoir in LA - dailymail.co.uk - Los Angeles - Los Angeles
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Jennette McCurdy looks preppy as she arrives at signing for her new memoir in LA
Jennette McCurdy looked ready to sign some autographs as she arrived at a signing for her new memoir I'm Glad My Mom Died at The Grove in Los Angeles on Saturday. The iCarly star, 30, wore a small blue blouse over a white-collared shirt which she bunched up around her waist. She added black slacks and white platform sneakers with blue shoelaces.  Ready for it! Jennette McCurdy looked ready to sign some autographs as she arrived at a signing for her new memoir I'm Glad My Mom Died at The Grove in Los Angeles on Saturday Her messy blonde hair was tied back into a ponytail, and she carried a bag on her left shoulder.  She held a copy of her memoir, published Tuesday, in her hand while standing in the parking lot of the event. The Long Beach native's appearance at the event came after she revealed she was 'jealous' of her former co-star Ariana Grande when they worked together on the Nickelodeon show Sam & Cat.  Preppy: The iCarly star, 30, wore a small blue blouse over a white-collared shirt which she bunched up around her waist  Completing the look: She added black slacks and white platform sneakers with blue shoelaces The Zoey 101 actress detailed how the pop star, 29, was allowed to miss filming on the Nickelodeon show while she had to 'angrily hold down the fort.' 'I have to turn down movies while Ariana's off whistle-toning at the Billboard Music Awards? F*** this,' she wrote, adding, 'Ariana misses work in pursuit of her music career while I act with a box. I’m pissed about it.
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