According to Entertainment Weekly, Stone will play a fan of "iCarly" who Carly and her friends come across while they seek out more mature friends for their pal Spencer. In addition to Stone, talk-show host Jimmy Fallon recently shot a cameo for an upcoming episode.
"iCarly" will wrap its fifth and final season this November. "They've been saying it's going to be the final season for a few seasons, and then we always end up doing more episodes 'cause we love making the show," Carly herself, Miranda Cosgrove, recently told MTV News. "We love doing it, and we have the best time ever, but we didn't want to overstay our welcome because we feel like it's something really special."
Before her appearance on "iCarly," Stone will be at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards where she will receive the MTV Trailblazer Award for her work, which spans all genres. She's also up for Best Female Performance for her rom-com "Crazy, Stupid, Love," Best Kiss for her smooch with co-star Ryan Gosling in the flick, and Best Cast for her work in the critically acclaimed "The Help."
To see what other prizes Emma goes home with, tune into the Sunday's show, hosted by Russell Brand and featuring performances by Fun., the Black Keys, Martin Solveig and Wiz Khalifa. It all goes down live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California, on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.