Here’s what she told Teen Vogue in a recent interview:
News broke recently that Nickelodeon is cancelling Victorious after season three. How did you react?
“When I first heard the news, I was a little bit shocked. I wasn’t expecting it, but I’m a big believer that everything happens for a reason. I’m excited for the possibilities. I’ve been on Nickelodeon since I was twelve years old—starting on Zooey 101, and then was given my own show when I was sixteen. I’m nineteen now, so I feel like the show had a really great run. I love the whole cast and crew, and it’s been an unforgettable journey. I’m a little bit older now and ready to mature with my career choices. Hopefully my fans will come along with me.”
Victorious just received three Emmy nominations. It’s nice to go out on top.
“It’s very exciting! We’ll see what happens, but it doesn’t matter to me whether or not we win—just to be included is very nice.”
Victoria went on to talk about pursuing her music career, her new movie Fun Size and fall fashion. You can see the full interview here.
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