Jennette McCurdy channels fans' video skills
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
– Fans of Jennette McCurdy can now be a videographer of sorts. McCurdy made her Not The Far Away
video customizable for her fans. Starting today at www.notthatfaraway.com, fans have 18 ways to personally customize the video including uploading photos. The customizable video can then be shared via email or personal web pages.
"My fans are the best, and I wanted to give them a way to be part of my first music video," said the star of Nickelodian's iCarly.
She co-penned the song with Rachel Proctor and Blair Daly, and it is the title track from her recently released digital EP. The video, shot in Watertown, Tenn. near Nashville,, was directed by Roman White.
iCarly, currently in production on its third season, airs regularly on Saturday at 8 p.m. eastern Pacific on Nickelodeon.
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