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New ‘Sam and Cat’ Episode and Game 'Brain Crush' After Ariana Grande, Nathan Sykes Breakup

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Feb 01, 2014 06:57 PM EST | James Knight (

Well folks, there is no new Sam and Cat episode this weekend, but the hit series will return next week as part of Nickelodeon's special event crush theme for Valentine's Day. The new episode, “#BrainCrush” also has a teaser game out there with the same name. Meanwhile, Ariana Grande might be going stag this Valentines Day. She recently confirmed her breakup with Nathan Sykes.

Saturday, February 8 is Nickelodeon’s big Valentine's Day crush event.

Sam and Cat is getting into the action with their episode, “#BrainCrush." Where there has yet to be an official plot synopsis reported, the commercial preview shows Sam getting her fingers CRUSHED in the door.

That may prevent her from playing the hit Candy Crush parody game, Brain Crush. The Brain Crush game is currently available on

Meanwhile, Ariana Grande might be spending this Valentine's Day alone. Grande recently confirmed rumors that she and her boyfriend, Nathan Sykes of The Wanted, have broken up.

Grande recently sat down with radio host DJ Showbiz Shelly, where she spoke about her breakup with Sykes:

“We broke up a little while ago, but he’s a really good friend. He’s so talented. I am so glad to met him and have a friend like him in my life. He’s an amazing person. It was very civil. It was mutual...He’s such a great person. I adore him and he’s so talented.”

Nathan Sykes’ boy band, The Wanted, has also announced that they are taking some time off after their upcoming tour. The band’s rep released a statement, breaking the news:

“The band wants to stress to their fans that they will continue on as The Wanted and look forward to many successful projects together in the future.They thank their fans for their continued love and support and look forward to seeing them on tour.”

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