The 19-year-old actress/singer opened up to the glossy about the shocking cancellation of her hit Nick show, Victorious.
“I saw a missed call from Leon [Thomas, who played Tori’s bestie, André], then a text from Daniella [Monet, who played Tori’s sister, Trina] saying, ‘See ya, Victorious.’ I thought it was just an inside joke,” Victoria admitted.
When she finally got the official word, Vic added, “It threw me for a loop. We were a hit show. Before I knew it, ‘Don’t Cancel Victorious’ was trending [on Twitter]. I think they [the fans] were as shocked about the decision as I was. You don’t expect it to be canceled out of the blue.”
“She was so passionate about her singing career,” she says of her character, Tori. “I would have liked to see her work on an album and pursue her dream of becoming a popstar.”
Victoria , in Joe’s jeans, is also pictured at a photo call at the Intercontinental Hotel on Monday morning (November 12) in Sydney, Australia.
Victoria Justice hits the stage at the 2012 Dream Halloween held at Barker Hangar on Saturday night (October 27) in Santa Monica, Calif.
The 19-year-old actress/singer was the event’s featured performer and raised funds for Keep A Child Alive, which supports children and families affected by HIV/AIDS worldwide.
Dream Halloween is a trick-or-treater’s delight featuring celebrities, live musical performances, games, arts and crafts, food from local restaurants, and appearances by favorite childhood characters. Children get to walk down the legendary Trick-or-Treat Lane and fill their bags with fabulous toys and goodies.