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Creddie is the romantic pairing of Carly Shay and Freddie Benson (C/arly and Freddie).

Carly is very aware of Freddie's crush on her, and sometimes exploits that he would do anything for her if she says "Please? For me?" in a sweet, cute voice. They keep up a good friendship, though, and know they can rely on each other when it's necessary. Freddie and Carly have in common that they maintain high grades, don't like getting in trouble, and both live in the Bushwell Plaza They are really good friends They have been girlfriend and boyfriend once, (see iSaved Your Life) but Kayla and Sam convinced Freddie to break up with Carly (Saying he was "foreign bacon"). Carly has shown possible jealousy over three girls that Freddie has possibly been attracted to (iBeat the Hea tand iHire An Idiot) as Freddie has been of guys that Carly likes in previous episodes. Carly has also been seen slightly flirting with Freddie In the series finale iGoodbye, Carly comes up to the iCarly studio while Freddie is packing up. Carly stops him by placing her hand on his, and then she kisses him Freddie returns the kiss, and as they are leaving the iCarly Studio, he is seen raising his hands up in a triumphant gesture, because he was happy Carly finally made a move. It is possible that they go out in the future, because in iGoodbye, Carly kisses Freddie and he reacts by a fistpump like in iSaved Your Life.

Creddie Kisses

Trivia

  • The iCarly episodes that Carly and Freddie kiss in is iSaved Your Life and iGoodbye.
  • The parings other than Creddie is Keddie and Seddie.

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