Missing “Victorious?” We don’t blame you! The hit Dan Schneider show was an escape into the dramatic and daring world of Hollywood Arts: a very unusual and very awesome high school. Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande and the gang brought us to tears with their comedy and amazing singing!
But we all know that during filming, mistakes can definitely happen! The best bloopers can be just as funny as the show itself, and we’re lucky to get a sneak peek at some of Victoria’s and Ariana’s right here!
Let’s start with Victoria Justice. Victoria played show’s talented protagonist, Tori Vega, a super-talented singer adjusting to the highs and lows of drama school. But like most actors, she has her fair share of mistakes along the way to that fantastic final cut.
The video shows Tori falling off a chair, struggling to say “the little girl,” and attempting to stop a live bunny from scurrying away! At least the bunny sat still in this shot…
Now for Ariana Grande! You know her now as a serious pop star and Dangerous Woman, but not long ago she was serious-pop-star-in-training Cat Valentine. Like Victoria, Arianna has some funny bloopers worth tuning into.
In the video, Ariana says “role” instead of “part” about five times in a row, loses her train of thought while wearing a tuxedo, and accidentally refers to her character in the third person! It’s fun to watch because Cat Valentine’s voice is much higher-pitched than Ariana’s. In spite of her amazing range, so you can immediately tell when she drops out of character.
Interspersed in this video are also a few clips of some of Cat Valentine’s funnier moments, for nostalgia’s sake.
We’re glad these incredibly talented girls got the bloopers out of their system, because both have become super-adept live performers since the end of “Victorious!” Victoria performed in a live broadcast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Ariana Grande has rocked some pretty incredible world tours for her award-winning pop albums!
“Victorious” is an American teen sitcom, created by Dan Schneider, that aired on Nickelodeon for four seasons, from 2010 to 2014. The series, about a performing arts school for teens, starred actress Victoria Justice as an aspiring teenage singer. “Victorious” was produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.