Young actress Ariana Grande has been forging an acting career for herself on the hit television show Victorious, which is now approaching its end. Ariana is bound to have plenty more job offers, as she is clearly a talented young star and, as she grows and develops as an actress, she could be set for big things.
That has not stopped Ariana Grande from admitting that she was surprised that Victorious was ending, as she felt that the show still had a lot to offer, “The chemistry was so unstoppable. The story line just keeps getting better and better,” she stated.
As well as loving every minute of starring in the show and the impressive storylines that she got to work on, Ariana also admits that she has made a lot of friends on Victorious, “The friendships that I made while making Victorious will last forever. We'll be best friends until we're 900 years old,” she added.
You can catch Ariana Grande, starring as Cat Valentine for the last time, when the Victorious season finale airs on Nickelodeon on February 2. Meanwhile, Ariana Grande is also set to appear in the Nickelodeon TV movie Swindle, which will air on September 10.