Jennette McCurdy labels former boyfriend Andre Drummond a 'bad kisser'

Talk about kiss and tell. ‘Sam and Cat ‘star Jennette McCurdy apparently has no qualms about spilling the beans on why her short lived romance with Detroit Pistons Andre Drummond ended, and it isn’t exactly flattering for the NBA player as she talked about his kissing techniques, which weren’t up to her standards.

The two celebrities hooked up on Instagram in the summer of 2013, when Drummond decided to go a courtin’ the 21-year old star by sharing McCurdy’s photo on his account with the “Woman Crush Wednesday” hashtag.

Flattered by the attention, McCurdy posted Drummond’s photo for her “Man Crush Monday” on Instagram and the two later agreed to go on a date, and were spotted by TMZ leaving Madeo’s, a West Hollywood restaurant holding hands after having a romantic dinner out.

Apparently as the two got to know each other, there weren’t any sparks flying, as the budding relationship barely lasted more than week according to the actress/singer.

“It only lasted like a week, it was really short,” said McCurdy in a podcast interview with Pete Holmes of “You Made it Weird” on Nerdist.com.

Apparently she decided to go out with Drummond in the first place because she thought he was a ‘big deal’ and she wanted to "be nice" and have some "fun."

“He seemed like [big deal],” she said. “My first kiss with him was after we had gone laser tagging,” recalling the circumstances of their first kiss.

“So I stood on a chair... I sort of went for it. But it wasn’t great. It didn’t go great. No sparks and the mouth... the shapes weren’t right.”

Apparently a very clueless Drummond thought the two actually had something special in the making, as he gave her a necklace and he got on his knees asking her to be his girlfriend.

McCurdy said the rather romantic gesture made her uncomfortable, but instead of ending it right away, she said yes, thinking more about the fact that she had announced their relationship via Twitter deciding to ride it out a little longer only to break up with him on the phone a few days later.

The 20-year Drummond didn’t appear to be at all affected about McCurdy’s diss, as the NBA star told TMZ, "I found [Jennette's comments] funny. There's a lot of false info in there, but I'll be the mature person about the situation and let it die out."

He also posted a message on Vine after McCurdy’s interview and while he did not any mention names he did say, “Sometimes you gotta live and learn by the mistakes you make. You gotta move on and keep pushing.”

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