But IRL, there’s one thing that keeps coming back to haunt Vic -- the media’s obsession with her alleged feud with former co-star Ariana Grande.
That is, until now.
During an appearance on “The Meredith Vieira Show” that aired Thursday (January 29), the 21-year-old squashed the rumors once and for all and insisted that there’s no bad blood between her and Ari.
“I would love to set the record straight because I feel these rumors have been going on for way too long,” she said before launching into her story.
“So basically, there was an article in Seventeen magazine where [Ariana] had said that she was bullied on set, and the magazine basically alluded to it being me. Once the article came out -- actually before it came out -- she texted me privately, and she was like, ‘Oh my gosh, I am so sorry. You know how the media twists words. I was not talking about you obviously, I was talking about someone on Broadway I had worked with.’ But once it got out there everyone thought that I was this bully and mean to her, which couldn’t be further from the truth."
Victoria and Ariana starred on the Nickelodeon show “Victorious” from 2010 to 2013. After the series ended, Victoria embarked on a solo tour -- a move that some jilted fans thought led to the show’s cancellation.
Now that Vic has set the record straight, she hopes everyone can mosey on to other business and leave this fake drama behind.
After all, both girls are killin’ it lately, and we should definitely be focusing on their amazing work. Ari’s obviously had a stellar year and has a string of hits under her belt, while Victoria’s making major buzz with her roles in “Eye Candy” and the upcoming comedy “The Outskirts”.
“Hopefully, now she’s talked about it, I’ve talked about it, there is no feud,” Vic said. “We can put this behind us now and we can practice what 'Frozen' preaches, my friends, and let it go. Let’s let it go!”