Victoria Justice on Ariana Grande Feud, End of 'Victorious': "There's More to That Story"

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On the heels of her recent Seventeen magazine interview, where Victoria Justice squashed rumors of a feud with Ariana Grande, she was asked yet again about her fallout with Ari and whether Victoria was to blame for the Victorious cancellation.

TMZ hit up Victoria recently and had loads of questions for her - surprisingly, she took the time to talk with the paparazzi, again shooting down any beef with Ari and also stressing that the cancellation of the show had nothing to do with her.

When asked if she left the show for her own music career, Victoria explained, "That's complete misinformation, because first of all I had no control over leaving the show or the show ending. That was completely up to Nickelodeon and the executives."

She added, "I loved the cast and I loved doing Victorious...me going on tour when I did had nothing to do with whether or not there was a Victorious tour. There's much more to that story that people don't know. I don't think it's fair to blame that on me because it's not true."

Victoria also assured again that "there's no feud" between her and Ari, but noted, "We're not like best friends, but at the end of the day, I wish her well. And she's doing great, and I'm happy for her. We are on our own different paths, doing our own thing."

Victoria Justice: It's Not My Fault 'Victorious' Got Cancelled

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