Victoria Justice Sets the Record Straight on Rumors of Jealousy Towards Ariana Grande During ‘Victorious’ Days
Victoria Justice, star of the hit Nickelodeon series Victorious, has spoken out against the rumors that she was “jealous” of her former co-star, Ariana Grande. The rumors of their alleged feud have been circulating since their time on the show, but Justice has now set the record straight in a recent interview.
Victoria Justice Finally Addresses Long-Running Rumor of Jealousy Toward Ariana Grande
The infamous “I think we all sing” meme, which went viral in 2017, was just the tip of the iceberg when it came to rumors of tension between Justice and Grande during their time on Victorious. However, Justice has now addressed the speculation head-on, revealing the truth about their relationship on and off-screen.
In the interview, Justice admits that she was hurt by the rumors and that she has no ill feelings towards Grande. She explained that they were both young at the time and that they simply had different personalities and interests. Justice also revealed that she and Grande had never really hung out outside of work, but that they had always been respectful towards each other on set.
Furthermore, Justice addressed Grande’s comments on her ask.fm account back in 2013, which seemed to suggest that Justice was the reason behind Victorious ending. Justice clarified that she had gone on tour that summer, but that it had nothing to do with the show’s cancellation.
She also revealed that she had reached out to Grande to clear the air after the comments were made, and that they had both moved on from any past drama. Hopefully, her candidness will put an end to the long-standing feud rumors and encourage people to focus on the positive aspects of the show and the talented cast that brought it to life.
Ariana Grande Shuts Down “I Think We All Sing” Meme on Instagram
In 2020, Grande made it very clear what her take is on the viral “I think we all sing” meme by responding on Instagram. When an Instagram user poked fun at the singer on one of Grande’s posts with the “I think we all” meme, she responded by telling them to “shut the f*ck up.”
Fans praised Grande’s response to the meme, seeing it as her defending her former co-star and a sign of their continued friendship. Many fans also noted that the meme had become overused and was no longer funny.
While the “I think we all sing” meme may have caused some tension between the Victorious cast members in the past, Grande’s response shows that they have put the incident behind them and continue to support each other.