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The iCarly Episode You Forgot Harry Styles Starred In

During its original run, "iCarly" was a massive hit for Nickelodeon and became one of the most popular shows on the channel. The series was created by Dan Schneider, the same guy behind other popular Nickelodeon shows such as "Drake & Josh" and "Zoey 101." The show follows teenager Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove), who, along with her best friends Sam (Jennette McCurdy) and Freddie (Nathan Kress), starts a highly successful web show called "iCarly." The Nickelodeon show debuted in the fall of 2007 and ran for 95 episodes across six seasons (via IMDb). "iCarly" even went on to have several television movies, a spinoff series, and, most recently, a revival series on Paramount+.

"iCarly" had an impressive number of notable guest stars from Jack Black, Emma Stone, Jim Parsons, Jimmy Fallon, Jane Lynch, and even Michelle Obama (via Seventeen). Those are just a few of the many guests, but you might have forgotten that the sixth and final season featured arguably one of the most famous faces to ever appear on the sitcom.

Harry Styles (and the rest of One Direction) guest starred on iCarly Season 6

Early in his One Direction days, Harry Styles and his bandmates guest-starred in the second episode of Season 6 titled "iGo One Direction" (via IMDb). The episode follows Carly, Sam, and Freddie managing to get One Direction to perform on "iCarly." Unfortunately, Carly gets sick with "jungle worms" on vacation and is told by her doctor that she is highly contagious. Styles ends up drinking from Carly's water bottle and gets the bizarre illness, too, with Carly now having to take care of him. Even after he gets better, Styles continues to act sick. However, the rest of One Direction concoct a plan to get him to snap out of it and rejoin the group (via YouTube).

Styles has clearly come a long way since his guest spot on the show. He has since gone on to become a solo artist and is now building a movie career as well after having a supporting role in Christopher Nolan's "Dunkirk." Per his IMDb profile, Styles will next be seen in Olivia Wilde's sophomore feature "Don't Worry Darling" opposite Florence Pugh and Chris Pine. He'll also be starring in the drama "My Policeman" from director Michael Grandage. Maybe Styles will show up in the second season of the "iCarly" revival series; who knows!