Who Should Win the 2014 Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite TV Actress? — Readers Poll
Ariana Grande, Jennette McCurdy, Bridgit Mendler and Debby Ryan will be going head to head at Nickelodeon's 2014 Kids' Choice Awards! The four talented and hilarious actresses are all up against each other for the Favorite TV Actress award. Which star do you want to take home the coveted blimp?
Ariana Grande may have been well-known for her music in 2013, but the 'Sam & Cat' actress was also splitting sides on the small screen. As one half of Nickelodeon's newly formed duo, Grande plays Cat Valentine in the 'iCarly'/'Victorious' cross-over spinoff show. Grande makes Cat hilariously naive and oblivious, but also sweet and endearing.
Looks like it's a 'Sam & Cat' battle! Jennette McCurdy is up against her co-star Ariana Grande for the title of Favorite TV Actress. McCurdy has long been a fan favorite, and her character Sam Puckett has had audiences laughing since she first started out on 'iCarly.' McCurdy is sarcastic and aggressive -- but overall, she is hysterical and has excellent comedic timing.
In addition to her budding music career, Bridgit Mendler starred on 'Good Luck Charlie' as baby Charlie's older sister, Teddy Duncan. Mendler made her character a little ditzy, yet so relatably ordinary that girls everywhere found themselves laughing at her hijinks. For years, Mendler showed off her comedic chops on the show, including in one memorably laugh-out-loud scene in which she reads her poem 'Nosebleed' at a poetry slam.
Debby Ryan has played the titular character on Disney Channel's 'Jessie' since 2011. Ryan infuses Jessie with a bubbly warmth, but she's also smart, resourceful, independent -- and funny. Ryan got her start by playing Bailey on 'The Suite Life on Deck,' and there's a reason she soon got her own series: She's charismatic, outgoing and hilarious.
Which small-screen star most deserves the title of Favorite TV Actress? Cast your vote below! Remember, you can vote once every hour until the poll closes at 7:59 PM ET on March 29.