Victoria Justice has denied being jealous of Ariana Grande, who starred as Katarina ‘Cat’ Valentine on her hit Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious between 2010 and 2013.
While addressing longtime rumors of their alleged feud over the weekend of H! News At the Revolve festival, the actress, 30, revealed that she and the pop star, 29, are still talking and remaining friendly over a decade after the beloved comedy.
When an old interview, from 2011, resurfaced from Justice Emphasizing “all” the cast, after actress Elizabeth Gillis praised Grande’s song, many fans were left with the impression that the actress, from Hollywood, Florida, was bitter over the seven episodes. The hitmaker’s rise to stardom.
After social media users began blowing up various theories about whether the women had any beef with each other, Justice said Grande texted her that they both thought the conversation was “very stupid.”
Zoey 101 stated, “I think the biggest rumor is this whole novel that was built up with me and I’m so jealous of her and us not being friends.”
Setting the record straight: Victoria Justice has denied that she’s jealous of Ariana Grande, who starred as Katarina “Cat” Valentine on her Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious between 2010 and 2013; Seen over the weekend
She continued, “I feel like this constant story of the media and people wanting to pit people against each other, and it’s just not relevant anymore.”
Back in 2021, the Treat Myself singer hit back at theories that her relationship with Grande was never friendly amid allegations that the couple had an argument during the show.
Speaking on the Barstool Sports’ Chicks In The Office podcast, Justice revealed that the two still kept in touch and there was no resentment on set.
She said, “All that drama, whatever it is, all that stuff, it’s so ridiculous… And then just people online, like kindling those flames and making it a very crazy thing.”
The show, which premiered on March 27, 2010, centered around main character Tori Vega – played by Victoria – at the elite performing arts school, Hollywood Arts.
Victorious came to an abrupt end in 2013, after just four seasons on Nickelodeon.
The actress paid tribute to her co-star, adding that it was “disappointing” that people were “pitting women against each other”.
She said, “I love Ariana, and she’s killing it right now.” And she’s been very supportive of me and my music. And you know, we’re texting. It’s really cool. So, all is well.
Friends: While addressing longstanding rumors of their alleged feud over the weekend of E! News revealed at the Revolve festival, the 30-year-old actress, that she and the pop star, 29, are still talking and remaining friendly over a decade after their beloved comedy (pictured in 2014)
“It’s a little frustrating to see how people like to pit women against each other. But I think at the end of the day, it’s all about us like supporting each other and building each other up.
In 2020, the Victorious team gathered via Zoom to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their Teen Nick sitcom.
Ariana shared a screenshot from her video chat with her 367 million Instagram followers.
While Victoria shared a slew of behind-the-scenes snaps taken from the baby’s face during filming.
Zoey 101 reported “I think the biggest rumor is this whole novel built up with me and I’m so jealous of her and us not being friends.” Seen in 2011
Sitcom: The Show, which premiered March 27, 2010, centered around main character Tori Vega – played by Victoria – at the elite performing arts school, Hollywood Arts
A clip from the Zoom call was shared on Victoria’s page, which showed the actors thanking fans for their love and support over the years.
Show creator Dan Schneider led the all-star reunion, introducing each member of the cast in the short clip.
He said, “We were all supposed to get together tonight to celebrate the show’s 10th anniversary, but we couldn’t because of[COVID-19].
Thank you so much for accepting Victorious into your homes and for making us parts of your life.
“It means a lot to us how the fans have accepted us over the past 10 years.”
The trio is also joined by fellow cast members Leon Thomas III, Matt Bennett, Avan Jogia, Daniela Monet, and Eric Lange.
Throwback: In 2020, Victoria shared a slew of behind-the-scenes snaps taken during filming as the cast reunited via Zoom to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their sitcom Teen Nick.
Old Pals: Ariana starred alongside Victoria, who starred on the show, and co-star Matt Bennett