Miranda Cosgrove dances on TikTok in Athleisure & Fila Disruptor 2s – Footwear News

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Miranda Cosgrove isn’t afraid to get a little silly on TikTok, even if it means laughing in embarrassment while booty bumping into Rod Stewart’s hit song “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?” The 29-year-old actress was recently filmed dancing to the ’70s song with “iCarly” co-star Laci Mosely and guest star Hannah Stocking for a video posted to Stocking’s TikTok account.

In the clip, Cosgrove wore a matching gray and black patterned sports set that included leggings and a cropped sports bra top. The actress wore a hot pink zip-up fitness jacket over the look, adding a splash of color to the outfit. To go with the laid-back vibe of the look, the star strapped on chunky Fila Disruptor 2s in an all-white colourway. Cosgrove wore her long, wavy brown hair, wearing minimal makeup.

@hannahstocking

Catch me on a new episode of iCarly, now streaming on @ParamountPlus! #mirandacosgrove @Laci Mosley

♬ Da Ya think I’m sexy? -Rod Stewart

The Fila Disruptor 2, which was voted FNAA Shoe of the Year in 2018, has grown in popularity in recent years, given the resurgence of 90s trends among Gen Z teenagers. The Fila Disruptors have been first created in 1996, with the chunky shoe silhouette becoming synonymous with the era. Although the new-era Fila Disruptor 2s became the it-shoe of the late 2010s, the style of shoe has recently seen a decline in popularity as teenagers turn to the classic Air Force 1s and Converse. .

Cosgrove is currently filming the second season of the Paramount+ reboot “iCarly,” which premiered on April 8. The show is a slightly more adult version of the late 2000s Nickelodeon show of the same name. On the face of it, the actress is having a lot of — albeit slightly uncoordinated — fun on set.

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