Victoria Justice Finally Speaks About ‘Victorious’ Cancellation and Relationship with Ariana Grande

By Kathleen Villaruben | 2 years ago
Victoria Justice Finally Speaks About ‘Victorious’ Cancellation and Relationship with Ariana Grande
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It has been years since the famous Nickelodeon series “Victorious” was cancelled. However, the show’s star Victoria Justice recently gave a personal opinion about it with TMZ reporters on Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015, at LAX. Read on to know her sentiments about the show.

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According to TMZ, Justice denied that she preferred a solo tour rather than a cast tour, which allegedly led to the cancellation of the series. She said she did not “break up anything,” and the rumors were “complete misinformation.”  She emphasized that she could not control the outcome of the series.

About the rumors that there were inside conflicts among cast members, the “Eye Candy” star exclaimed she adored the cast and the show itself. Then she honestly talked about her issue with the rising pop star Ariana Grande. She confirmed that there was no “feud” even if they only have a casual relationship.

“We’re not best friends, but at the end of the day I wish her well, and she’s doing great and I’m happy for her,” Justice told TMZ.

The actress also emphasized that she and Grande have different “paths.”

Nickelodeon series creator Dan Schneider confirmed the show’s cancellation before its final season. He announced he was proud of “Victorious” and guaranteed that its cast would have more Nickelodeon projects.

Schneider wanted to make it clear through his Twitter and blog that the decision for the cancellation did not rely on him because he himself wanted to continue the show. He said it was the network’s decision. He explained that almost Nickelodeon series only have around 60 episodes no matter how popular a show is.

The creator closed his lengthy message by saying that he was flattered despite the angry reaction of the fans. He also defended his cast.

“But I ask that you please not be angry with Victoria, or Leon, Liz, Ariana, Avan…or ANY of the Victorious cast members or staff,” Schneider stated.

“Victorious” aired on Nickelodeon from March 2010 to February 2013. It is the show where the “Love Me Harder” singer Grande was discovered.

There you have it for the update on Victoria Justice’s opinion about “Victorious” cancellation. For more celebrity updates, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).

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