Miranda Cosgrove says she’s never been drunk or smoked in her ‘entire life’ — but she’s ‘open to it’

Miranda Cosgrove is one good girl.

The “Drake and Josh” alum revealed to her former on-screen big brother Josh Peck that she’s never been drunk or smoked.

“I’ve never been drunk in my entire life. Crazy,” she said on Peck and co-host Ben Soffer’s “Good Guys” podcast Monday.

However, she noted that she’s “open to it.”

Peck, who developed a drug and alcohol problem during the height of his fame and has been sober since 2008, was stunned by her response.

“Someone get this girl s–t-housed, would ya?” he said while laughing.

“I’ve sipped things before, but, like, two sips,” she added while speaking to Josh Peck and Ben Soffer on their “Good Guys” podcast Monday. YouTube/@joshpeck
The “iCarly” alum, however, said she is “open” to drinking more. YouTube/@joshpeck

“I mean, this poor girl has never experienced being drunk.”

Cosgrove, 30, went on to confess that she’s also never been buzzed.


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She further explained that she used to be the designated driver for her friends, and she “just kind of stuck with it forever.” Instagram/@mirandacosgrove

“I’ve sipped things before, but, like, two sips,” she stated.

The actress also said she doesn’t “have a good reason” for not experiencing being drunk despite attending USC — a campus she recalled took partying very seriously.

“I think it started off because I was always the designated driver when I went out with my friends, and I sort of liked taking on that role and got used to it and just kind of stuck with it forever,” she further explained after Peck, 37, questioned her.

Cosgrove did admit to once eating an edible brownie and subsequently falling asleep “for 17 hours.” Instagram/@mirandacosgrove

“I’m still planning on [drinking] at some point … even though I’m 30. … I should’ve done it on my birthday, my 30th,” she reconfirmed.

Cosgrove did admit, however, that she once ate a weed brownie.

“And I fell asleep for 17 hours. I woke up super rested,” she recalled.

Peck, for his part, has been sober since 2008 after struggling with drugs and alcohol following his weight loss. Rob Latour/Shutterstock
Last year, he told Page Six that his sobriety has been a “foundation that has kept [him] really anchored.” WireImage

Peck, for his part, opened up about his journey to sobriety last year in an exclusive interview with Page Six, calling it a “foundation that has kept [him] really anchored.”

“I’m lucky to have found recovery through a 12 steps program almost 14 years ago and it’s something that I still do regularly to this day,” he explained at the time.

“It gives me a lot of structure in my life. It’s really the bedrock of my life and from it, all these wonderful things have been built.”