Now, Mc Curdy has decided to spill the beans on her brief romance with the Pistons forward on Pete Holmes' podcast.
At first, Mc Curdy said that she reached out to Drummond because he "seemed like a big deal." And even though some early conversations between the two "gave [her] pause," Jeannette continued to date him.
In fact, fans went into overdrive after learning Kress married girlfriend London Elise Moore on Nov.
15 in Los Angeles, and were visibly upset he didn't end up with either Miranda Cosgrove or Jennette Mc Curdy, his two co-stars on the show.
Besides their toxic relationship, the long-term deal probably wouldn't work for them.
(Sorry, Seddie fans.) In fact, Kress doesn't believe Freddie and Carly ended up together either, thanks to the whole Italy thing (Carly moved there in the last episode).
He thinks Freddie got together with one of his one-off girlfriends we'd occasionally see on the show — not necessarily for love, but because they were simply there in Seattle with him.
Kress also shared a semi-troubling thought that there's a good chance Freddie ended up living with his mother (Mary Scheer) for all of eternity, which sounds much more likely. Benson was the poster child for "smothers" everywhere, and she became agitated whenever Freddie was away from her.
Eventually, Drummond got on his knees to propose..she become his girlfriend.
Nathan Kress was only 14 years old when he started filming the hit Nickelodeon show "i Carly." Soon, he became a household name, with his character Freddie Benson stuck in the midst of an internet ship war amongst fans.
And even though the show ended a little over three years ago, fans still haven't slowed down with "Creddie" (Carly & Freddie) and "Seddie" (Sam & Freddie) shipping.
"Sometimes people have a little bit of trouble separating reality from a television show," Kress told MTV News when we sat down with the actor in our offices late last week.
And in fact, after Kress and Moore announced their wedding, both of their instagrams were flooded with comments more about Kress' fictional relationships, than his real one.