Victoria Justice Calls Ariana Grande Feud Rumors ‘So Stupid’

Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande.
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Setting the file straight. Victoria Justice continued to close down hypothesis about her and Ariana Grande’s alleged years-long feud.

“Ariana texted me, and we each have been like, ‘That is so silly,’” the Afterlife of the Get together actress, 30, stated of the previous rumors in an E! Information interview clip posted through Instagram on Monday, April 17.

She added, “I feel the most important rumor is rather like this complete narrative that was created of, like, me being jealous of her and us not being buddies.”

Justice and the “7 Rings” singer, 29, starred as Tori Vega and Cat Valentine, respectively, on the Nickelodeon collection Victorious, which ran for 4 seasons from 2010 to 2013. The present — which additionally starred Elizabeth Gillies, Avan Jogia, Daniella Monet, Leon Thomas III and Matt Bennett — adopted the lives of a bunch of gifted college students on the performing arts highschool Hollywood Arts.

She went on to notice that rumors about her and her former forged member not getting alongside have been created to pit them towards one another, including that it’s “so dumb” to nonetheless be speaking about them “10 years later.”

Victoria Justice Shut Down Ariana Grande Feud Rumors Once and for All: 'This Is So Stupid'

Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande.
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Hypothesis of the pair’s alleged feud started all the best way again in 2010. Throughout an interview with Popstar!, Gillies, 29, praised Grande’s singing skills after noting that she “actually sings the whole lot.” Monet, 34, adopted up by stating that the Dynasty star sings simply as a lot.

Within the midst of her costars’ feedback about one another, Justice remarked, “I feel all of us sing.” Followers interpreted the A Excellent Pairing star’s phrases as jealousy and later turned the second right into a viral meme.

Three years later, Grande seemingly alleged that Justice was the explanation behind Victorious’ finish.

“The one motive Victorious ended is as a result of 1 lady didn’t need to do it,” she wrote on her account in February 2013. “She selected to do a solo tour as a substitute of a forged tour. If we had achieved a forged tour Nickelodeon would have ordered one other season of Victorious whereas Sam & Cat filmed concurrently however she selected in any other case. I’m sick of this bs.”

Justice — who went on tour that summer season — responded to the remark through Twitter, although she didn’t tackle the “Thank U, Subsequent” singer by identify. “Some individuals would throw some1 that they think about a buddy beneath the bus simply 2 make themselves look good. #StopBeingAPhony #IfTheyOnlyKnew,” the Summer time Evening star wrote on the time.

In June 2013, Grande revealed that she was bullied by a former coworker in a canopy story interview with Seventeen — however didn’t identify names.

“I labored with somebody who instructed me they’d by no means like me. However for some motive, I simply felt like I wanted her approval,” the Scream Queens alum claimed. “So I began altering myself to please her. It made me cease being social and pleasant. I used to be so sad.”

Whereas many followers assumed the “Positions” singer was referring to a Victorious forged member — significantly Justice — she later issued a press release claiming that was not the case. “My years filming Victorious have been a number of the happiest of my life and that forged is household to me,” Grande defined. “The tales I shared with Seventeen have been really reflective of a special work expertise. Please don’t ship hate to anybody, it’s undeserved and I’d by no means need that.”

Justice, for her half, confirmed Grande’s assertion throughout a 2015 look on The Meredith Vieira Present, noting that the Don’t Look Up star warned her concerning the Seventeen article earlier than it was revealed. “She texted me privately and was like, ‘Oh, my gosh. I’m so sorry. You know the way the media, like, twists phrases,” she instructed host Meredith Vieira. “‘I used to be not speaking about you, clearly. I used to be speaking about certainly one of — somebody on Broadway that I had labored with.’”

Although issues between the 2 appeared good in recent times, followers have been upset to seek out out that Justice left Coachella early forward of the Grammy winner’s headlining present in April 2019. “Till subsequent time Coachella,” the Belief actress captioned a pic of herself on the music pageant through Instagram. “Sorry I’ve to go away early, however I’m certain we’ll be seeing one another once more quickly.”