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Victoria Justice dismisses rumours she had feud with co-star Ariana Grande on set of Victorious  

‘It’s frustrating that people pit women against each other’: Victoria Justice hits back at claims she feuded with Victorious co-star Ariana Grande

They starred on the Nickelodeon series Victorious together from 2010 to 2013.

And Victoria Justice has hit back at theories that her relationship with co-star Ariana Grande, 27,  was anything but friendly amid claims the pair feuded during the show. 

Speaking on the Barstool Sports’ Chicks In The Office podcast, the star, 28, revealed that the two still keep in contact and there was no resentment on set. 

Still friends! Victoria Justice (left), 28, has dismissed rumours that she was having a feud with co-star Ariana Grande, 27, during Victorious (pictured together in 2011) 

She said: ‘All of that drama, whatever, all of that stuff is, it’s so silly… Then just people online, like, fanning those flames and making it this huge crazy thing.’

The show, which premiered on March 27 of 2010, revolved around main character Tori Vega – played by Victoria – attending the elite performing arts high school, Hollywood Arts. 

Victorious came to an abrupt end in 2013, after just four seasons on Nickelodeon. 

Beauty: Speaking on the Barstool Sports' Chicks In The Office podcast, the star, 28, revealed she still keeps in contact with Ariana and there was no resentment on set

Beauty: Speaking on the Barstool Sports’ Chicks In The Office podcast, the star, 28, revealed she still keeps in contact with Ariana and there was no resentment on set 

The actress heaped praise on her co-star, adding that it’s ‘frustrating’ that people ‘pit women against each other’. 

She said: ‘I love Ariana, and she’s killing it right now. And she’s been so supportive of me and my music. And you know, we text. It’s really cool. So, everything’s all good.’  

‘It is a little frustrating to see how people do love 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.’ 

Supportive: Victoria (left) heaped praise on her co-star, adding that it's 'frustrating' that people 'pit women against each other' (pictured together in 2014)

Supportive: Victoria (left) heaped praise on her co-star, adding that it’s ‘frustrating’ that people ‘pit women against each other’ (pictured together in 2014) 

Last year, the Victorious cast got together via Zoom to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their Teen Nick sitcom. 

Ariana, who played Cat Valentine, shared a screenshot of the cast’s video chat with her 226million Instagram followers. 

While Victoria shared a slew of behind-the-scenes snapshots taken of the baby-faced cast during filming. 

Throwback: Victoria shared a slew of behind-the-scenes snapshots taken during filming as the cast got together via Zoom to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their Teen Nick sitcom

Throwback: Victoria shared a slew of behind-the-scenes snapshots taken during filming as the cast got together via Zoom to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their Teen Nick sitcom

A clip from the Zoom call was shared to Victoria’s page, which showed the cast thanking fans for their love and support over the years. 

The show’s creator Dan Schneider lead the all-star reunion, as he boisterously introduced each cast member in the short clip.

He said: ‘We were all supposed to get together tonight to celebrate the show’s 10-year anniversary, but we couldn’t because of [COVID-19]. 

Longtime pals: Ariana starred alongside Victoria, who portrayed the show's lead, and cast mate Matt Bennett

Longtime pals: Ariana starred alongside Victoria, who portrayed the show’s lead, and cast mate Matt Bennett

‘Thank you so much for accepting ‘Victorious’ into your homes and for making us parts of your lives. 

‘It means so much to us how the fans have accepted us over the last 10 years.’ 

The trio were also joined by cast mates Leon Thomas III, Matt Bennett, Avan Jogia, Daniella Monet, and Eric Lange.  

Abrupt: Victorious came to an abrupt end in 2013, after just four seasons on Nickelodeon

Abrupt: Victorious came to an abrupt end in 2013, after just four seasons on Nickelodeon

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