Victoria Justice Relives Tour With Big Time Rush, Prank By Prank

'Gold' singer opens up to MTV News about the highlights from the Summer Break Tour with BTR.

Much like all the students counting down the days until summer break is over, Victoria Justice and Big Time Rush might also be feeling the end-of-summer blues. The U.S. leg of their Summer Break Tour wrapped up on Sunday in Milwaukee, and as it turns out Justice had a fun time spending the last couple months as one of the guys.

"It's been really great," she told MTV News. "They're just, like, really, really nice guys, and we've been hanging out on our days off."

In fact, by her account, things have gotten pretty wild in between gigs on the trek, which officially wraps up this week in Mexico.

"We played a show in Pittsburg and my sister is on tour with me as well. We decided to prank the boys. We got water guns and hid in their dressing room and as soon as they came offstage after this long show, a friend of theirs gave us the signal and my sister and I ran out from hiding and started squirting them like crazy," she recalled. "It was hilarious. They were laughing and then James [Maslow] stole my water gun and started squirting me, so it was really fun. They're really funny."

But the good times hardly ended in Pittsburg. In fact, it seems like every time they let loose during the jaunt water was somehow involved. She explained, "There's been a lot of really good memories. It's just really fun getting to hang out with everyone. We had a barbeque in the parking lot of one of the venues the other night and that was really fun. Kendall [Schmidt] was DJing. Everyone was dancing like crazy [and] just going so hard. It started pouring raining but we were having so much fun partying that we didn't even care. Some of us ran out into the rain and danced around."

Perhaps one of her tour highlights took place in Bethel, New York, back in mid-July, when the group chilled out at Woodstock, walking around the famed grounds where Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin played back in 1969. "That was really fun just getting to walk around there with the boys and the crew and just laughing," she said. "It was a really, really cool moment."

With the tour nearly wrapped, Justice is now looking forward to dropping her debut album, which is set for release later this year and features her latest single, "Gold."