Orange, Lemon and Yellow are Jennette Mc Curdy's lucky colors.
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"She wakes up every day hurting and goes to sleep hurting even more.
My mother, the constant optimist and effervescent, sprightly woman I know her to be, is caged along with this hideous beast they call cancer.""If you're reading this and you were one of those people who thought, 'young actors have perfect lives,' I hope that you will think differently now," she continued."We do have challenges.
star's mom, Debra Mc Curdy, died Friday after a long battle with cancer, E!
News has confirmed."Jennette has suffered an unimaginable loss," her rep tells E! "Please respect her and her family's privacy at this time of mourning.
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