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Victoria Justice has been busy working on her debut album since her hit Nickelodeon show Victorious wrapped this past winter. However, although the 20-year-old recently released her latest single “Gold,” she’s actually taking a break from music at the moment.

The singer tells On Air with Ryan Seacrest she’s working on an acting project she can’t quite reveal just yet. “I think I’m putting music on hold for just a second,” she tells us. “But I mean, music and acting will always both be a part of my life, I just have to find a way to kind of balance it out.”

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All the biggest bands do fan meet-and-greets before or after shows, but what really happens when you get to meet your favorite artist? ‘Fuse News’ breaks it down from both sides

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Now that her Summer Break Tour with fellow Nickelodeon stars Big Time Rush is in the books, Victoria Justice has returned to working on her first full album under her own name.

The former “Victorious” principal tells us that she’s ready to make the transition, even though she knows it’s going to be challenging:

“Well, I feel like at this point I’m still pretty, I’m pretty connected to Victorious. There’s like a large, younger fan base. But there’s actually a lot of teens and young adults that are aware of me as well, which is cool. I’ve been writing my own music for awhile now, and I’m really proud of the library of music that I have collected. And, you know, I’m just really, I’m very excited for everyone to hear my own sound and who I am as an artist. I’ve been cultivating it for awhile now, and I think it’s definitely come the time for me to reintroduce myself to people.”

Victorious” wound up its four-season run in February; during the series Justice sang on three companion albums and had previously appeared on the soundtrack to the 2009 Nickelodeon movie “Spectacular!

On her own she’s released a single called “Gold,” and she`s been working with producers Greg Wells and The Messengers on more material for the album, which is tentatively titled “Shake!

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Buzznet Buzzmaker Katelyn Tarver and Crush Soda asked you – who’s your Ultimate Music Crush? You voted, and we listened! Congratulations to VICTORIA JUSTICE who is August’s Ultimate Crush! Check out the video above as Katelyn Tarver interviews Victoria Justice!

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Victoria attended the Voices On Point musical gala to benefit the Point Foundation at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza yesterday in Century City, California. I’ve added 94 high quality photos to the gallery. Be sure to check them out below. Victoria looks beautiful.

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“Victorious” star Victoria Justice was at the 2013 Zumba Fitness Instructor Convention in Orlando, where she rocked the stage as part of a star-studded Zumba Fitness Concert.

Before the show, Victoria talked about how she got in shape for her summer tour, and her partnership with Zumba Fitness.

Posted on August 12, 2013   Categories: InterviewsLeave a Comment

‘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.”

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Posted on August 8, 2013   Categories: InterviewsLeave a Comment

Justine intern Olivia recently got to go backstage to interview the boys from Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice before a performance on their Summer Break Tour, then she was front and center for the show. (We know…it’s tough work, but someone has to do it!) Read on for Olivia’s impressions of the boys, the girl and the concert and get the full interviews from BTR and Victoria Justice.

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Opening for BTR was Victoria Justice, who we all know and love from Zoey 101 and her current Nickelodeon comedy, Victorious. Her huge talent is rare, especially in someone as personable and down to earth as Victoria.

I’ve been a fan of both BTR and Victoria for a while now, but after my fun peek into their world I’m even more impressed—these refreshing celebs prove that it’s possible to stay true to yourself even in the world of fame.

Don’t forget to check out the full interviews with Victoria Justice and Big Time Rush!

What’s your favorite thing about being on tour?
Probably being on the bus. I love hanging out with my mom, my vocal coach Vinson, who’s one of my best friends, my makeup artist, and my friend Gabe, who’s assisting us. Oh, and my manager Jonathan.

What do you do on the bus to pass the time?
We play Ms. Pac-Man, watch TV shows, eat A LOT, and we’re always singing. It’s just one huge road trip.

What’s it like when the real show starts – singing in front of thousands of fans?
Performing in front of the crowds is really, really cool. The energy they give off is amazing; it’s an adrenaline rush unlike any other.

What’s the difference between being on stage and having that immediate reaction and being behind the camera on TV?
When you’re on stage you only get one shot, so you never know what will happen. I move around a lot, too, so you have to be in really good physical shape. It can be really exhausting, especially when I’m doing outdoor venues…hence summer tour…and the temperature is often in the 90’s. When it comes to filming for TV, there’s clearly a lot of takes involved. One minute we’re inside on a sound stage and the next we’re at the Hollywood sign, you know? On Victorious I’m portraying myself as a character, but when I’m on stage I’m 100 percent myself.

Would you still be pursuing acting and singing if you hadn’t made Zoey 101 or Victorious?
Definitely. I started out really young; when I was about eight I got involved with child modeling and commercials, and then I moved out to LA when I was 11 to audition and really pursue acting. I was singing throughout the process as well because I went to a performing arts middle school.

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Posted on August 3, 2013   Categories: InterviewsLeave a Comment

When Victoria Justice’s new album arrives, don’t expect a deep, dark side to emerge.

“We all have dark times and darker days,” she says. “And I want my albums to explore all sides and moods…but this is going to reflect different places in my life. It’s going to feel fun and happy.”

Now touring with Big Time Rush, the 20-year-old star of Nickelodeon’s “Victorious” and “Zoey 101” is looking to reveal a more mature side with her music.

“When I was writing and singing music for the show, I was younger and the music wasn’t necessarily me. Now that I’m writing my own album, it’s very me. It’s more mature.”

A song will touch on a guy she was upset with, she says, but it won’t push Justice into Taylor Swift’s category. “She’s cornered the market on those songs.”

What might come through: Justice’s incredible work ethic. Acting since she was 10, she had hectic hours on the Nickelodeon projects.

“Sometimes I worked 16 hours a day and then I was in the studio on the weekend. I never had a day off when I was filming ‘Victorious.’ One year I only had six days off. I was busier than the average person in the entertainment industry.”

A complaint? Not in the least. “Moments of what we do are very glamorous and fun and there are perks to being in this business. But it’s also a lot of hard work.”

Because she hasn’t known another life, Justice took the hours in stride. “I’ve naturally been a hard worker and I just really enjoy what I do. I don’t think, ‘Oh, god, when am I going to get off the job?’ I just wanted to make it a great day, a great scene.”

To make sure work doesn’t overwhelm, Justice spends free time with her family and friends, “finding that balance.

“There are days when I’m not feeling my best and I don’t really want to talk to people and then I realize someone could be meeting me for the first time…and I want to make it a cool time, a pleasurable time for them. It’s part of my job. And I enjoy meeting the fans.”

Born in Hollywood, Fla., Justice started acting in a “Gilmore Girls” episode, segued into Disney Channel shows, then landed a featured role in “Zoey 101.” There, she got the chance to sing and the door was open for a music career.

One opportunity, however, doesn’t negate another, she says. “I will continue to do both – acting and sing. I’m just taking my time. I’m reading scripts for my next project and I want to be really careful.”

Adult roles aren’t necessarily the goal. “I want to do things that are creatively satisfying for me. I want to play a character that’s really interesting – something I can sink my teeth into. But I’m also not looking to shock.”

Music, she figures, is where she can bridge those age gaps.

“It’s a tough time if you don’t have a platform to break in. Shows like ‘X Factor’ or “American Idol’ can help because record labels want people with a fan base. Music isn’t selling the same way.”

Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, she says, proved it’s possible to move from teen stardom to Grammy winner. In those days, “they had crazy, insane record sales. And it’s changed. It’s definitely different.”

Testing the waters on tour with Big Time Rush, Justice says she’ll sample some of the new music, do a few covers and do “all the songs from ‘Victorious’ that the fans are going to want to hear.”

“Touring is exhausting,” she says. “You’re away from family and friends. But at the end of the day it’s an amazing opportunity for me.

“I like the idea of being on the bus with everyone, going to different states I’ve never been able to see.

“And when I get up on stage and feel the energy? It’s crazy. It’s amazing. It’s overwhelming.”

In short, it’s just what Justice seeks.

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Posted on August 3, 2013   Categories: InterviewsLeave a Comment

Victoria Justice currently finds herself in that all familiar territory between carefree teen and responsible adult. She sleeps late and wears Juicy Couture sweatpants and is always the first one on the dance floor. At the same time, she is more than ready to be taken a bit more seriously.

“I would love to follow in the path of someone like Zooey Deschanel,” explains the 20-year-old durnig a recent phone call from a sound check for her “Summer Break Tour” with fellow Nickelodeon favorites Big Time Rush. “She has her own show and has been in movies, but she also has a passion for music that she can do just as well on the side.”

A Nickelodeon favorite who last year came off an impressive three-year run as the lead character of her own hit television series, “Victorious,” Justice says finding the right combination of success and privacy what she’s currently searching for.

“I love acting and I have been doing it forever, but I also think this is a good time to also focus on my music and songwriting,” says Justice, who will make her Chicago singing debuton Aug. 3. “When ‘Victorius’ was over, it was a little bittersweet, but I feel like 20 is the perfect age to start exploring new horizons. I’m looking forward to new opportunities around the corner and aging myself up a bit.”

While Justice saw much success with recording pieces of music that were ultimately featured in various “Victorious” soundtracks, she admits there was a bit of a cap on what she could do creatively.

“I can’t wait to release more of my own music,” says Justice, who released her new single, “Gold,” just a few weeks back. “Not only is my new song a really fun and catchy song that I thought would be perfect for a summer single release, but I like it because it is a bit more edgier and a bit more mature than the stuff I was singing on ‘Victorious.’ I’m singing something a 20 year old would be singing about.”

Under the watchful eye of over 5.6 million Twitter followers, Justice admits that living in the spotlight is no easier today than when she first broke into the acting/singing business more than ten years ago.

“Even though my life is so abnormal, my parents have really grounded me and I think I have a pretty good head on my shoulders despite the craziness,” she says. “I try to stay as low key as I can because I truly value my personal life. It’s not something I want in the pages of magazines. It’s always been important to me to separate my personal and professional life. Some things just are meant to stay private, because once you let people in that way, it’s hard to close that door. I’m very close to my family and I still live at home. I have tried my best not to grow up too fast.”

Justice is enjoying her summer on stage, trekking to 38 cities across the United States and surrounding herself with cute boys and confetti cannons.

“Big Time Rush are super nice and talented guys who I love hanging out with while out on tour,” Justice says. “We really upped the production value this year with more dancers and more props and a really amazing lighting show. It’s a high energy, summer fun time. We even recently had a parking lot party with the entire crew. We barbequed and danced, and even when it started pouring raining, we didn’t let it stop the party. It was one of those summer nights that you didn’t want to end.”

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