Victoria Justice has officially shed her Nickelodeon past in this new Rocky Horror clip as she belted out "touch-a touch-a touch-a touch me, I want to be dirty! Justice will star as Janet, alongside Laverne Cox as Dr. In the clip, Justice writhes around on an unmade bed with Staz Nair as Rocky Horror—Frank-N-Furter's hunky creation, clad only in those iconic shiny gold briefs—singing "Touch-A Touch Me," the song Susan Sarandon first made famous when she played Janet in the film.
Victoria Justice Discusses Her Natural Hair Texture and Exactly How She Cares For It
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Some of us — particularly, the preteens of the early s — grew up with Victoria Justice. The actress with the explosive voice began her career as Lola on Nickelodeon's Zoey and went on to star in the network's Victorious shortly after. For her fans, it's the way in which she channeled her inner confidence and embraced what made her unique that made her so fun to follow, and it showed through some of her best TV hair moments. When discussing what she called her most memorable hair look on Zoey , she said it took place during her very first taping.
After starring on Zoey , Victoria Justice cemented herself as a tween icon when she took on the lead role in Nickelodeon's Victorious. It was a good time to be on Nickelodeon, as the s were truly the golden age of the popular kids' network with its wacky sitcoms about young people. But starring on a major TV series by the age of 15, as Justice did, is no small feat and it certainly isn't easy. Thankfully, Justice was rewarded for her efforts with a slew of kudos, like three Kids' Choice Awards nominations. While appearing on Victorious, Justice also stayed busy with a pop music career before going on to score some voice work and guest-star gigs. However, she's definitely not as visible as she once was during the early s Hollywood has always been a stratified world of niches. Once stars get entrenched in a certain genre, style, or medium, it's hard for them to get casting agents and audiences to accept them beyond the areas where they've been pigeonholed. That's why we have terms like "Scream Queen" to describe actresses who made a name for themselves in cheesy horror movies and " Former Child Star " to label performers who struck it big when they were kids.