YMMV / Miranda Cosgrove

  • Covered Up: Her version of "About You Now" is more popular than the sugababes version.
  • Ear Worm: Quite a good number of her bubblegum-pop songs are damn catchy.
  • Genius Bonus: Miranda was a name coined by William Shakespeare from the Latin mirandus (adored, admired). Then comes Miranda's debut album which has "Adored" and a cover of Susan Cagle's "Shakespeare".
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Miranda and her iCarly co-star Jennette are often mistaken as Disney stars. After the show ended, both of them are known to often hang out together... in Disneyland.
  • Les Yay Shipping: She is also shipped by fans mainly with her shows' female co-stars like Allison Scagliotti, Jennette McCurdy and Victoria Justice.
  • Narm: "Kissin U" contains the line "I might die if I forget how to breathe".
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: For each one of Miranda's albums, there is at least one song with contextual lyrics that is eye-raising to hear from children who are singing her songs.
    • Her unreleased cover of Christmas Wrapping for the Drake and Josh Christmas special had her say "Damn!" Not that she had spoken such words in School of Rock years before.
    • From the iCarly album, Headphones On is basically a teenage Ridiculous Procrastinator's anthem.
    • In Sparks Fly, the lyrics of Beautiful Mess and What Are You Waiting For lyrics have more adult connotations.
    • The entire High Maintenance album could be Miranda's most defining example for this trope. The highly-saccharine Avril-penned song Dancing Crazy; her punk side for High Maintenance; and of course, the context of Sayonara complete with a sexy Title Drop purr.
  • The Woobie: Arguably so after that crash that left her to end her tour prematurely.
    • There is an amazing amount of hate on tumblr and twitter, often involving crude photoshopping and various insults, this started up after One Direction guest starred on her show and someone invented a rumour saying she disliked one of the boys.