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Ariana showed off her newly lighter locks at the 2013 AMAs on Nov. 24, which she teased on Instagram on Nov. 21. Read more about her beauty look below!
Previously known for her role as Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon sitcom, Victorious and her vividly red hair, Ariana Grande, 20, is going to the blonde side! She showed off her new color at the 2012 American Music Awards, held in Los Angeles on Nov. 24.
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Ariana posted an Instagram pic on Nov. 21 of just the bottom of her hair along with the caption: “slowly but surely gettin blonderrr……”
Well, just a couple days later, on Nov. 24, she showed off the ‘do on the AMAs red carpet. We love it!
We think Ariana is one of the few people who can actually get away with dying her hair any color. From a bright, »
- HL Intern
Someone has been busy with a black marker pen on the pavement outside a designery hotel in Soho, London. "Follow me, Ari," they've written in elaborate letters, encircling the words with a heart. Ariana Grande, though, is inside, and can't see it; nor can she hear the occasional whoops of the 100 or so tweenagers who have planted themselves outside. She hasn't come out all day, says 16-year-old Jessica, who has spent six hours waiting to meet the 20-year-old American singer. But she and her two friends are prepared to stick it out. "She's different, she's sweet with her fans," she explains. "She's not like Miley Cyrus – you can tell she goes through what every other teenager goes through. »
- Caroline Sullivan
Victoria tells HollywoodLife.com why she loves the teen sensation. Do you think they should work together?
With her Victorious days officially behind her, Victoria Justice is moving on with her career as a genuine triple threat. Her debut album, Shake, is already garnering buzz; she just wrapped her next movie, Naomi & Ely’s No Kiss List; and she’s currently filming her upcoming MTV series, Eye Candy. And when HollywoodLife.com spoke with Victoria on Nov. 8 at the Ugg Australia launch in NYC, she told us who she’d love work with next!
“I really love Lorde,” she told us. “And I just found out she’s only 16! She’s really cool. And to collaborate with her would be great, especially since she writes her own music and I write my own music. I really admire her because of that.”
Victoria and Lorde have totally different styles, but we »
- Hollywood Life Staff
The 20-year-old first broke into Hollywood with her role in Nickelodeon's family-friendly show "Victorious", but has since gone on to make a name for herself as a formidable singer on the music scene as well.
"I don't see myself as sexy. And I'm not comfortable being sexy and dressing sexy. I don't see myself ever becoming a sex symbol," dailystar.co.uk quoted Grande as saying.
"I don't feel comfortable flaunting my body that much yet. I don't need to do that to show I'm grown up. I don't want people to talk about my choices or how little I'm wearing. I just want. »
- Amith Ostwal
Kristin Hanggi is directing the film from an adaptation written by Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer. Producers are Alexandra Milchan (“The Wolf of Wall Street”), Lesley Vogel, Emily Gerson Saines (“Temple Grandlin”), Hanggi and Bob Abramoff. Skip Klintworth is exec producing
The characters are incoming Nyu freshmen and childhood neighbors, who have been in love with one another their whole lives. Their bond is tested when they both fall for the same guy.
- Dave McNary
Victorious yet again! The gorgeous actress/singer is headed back to television after being cast as the lead in MTV’s upcoming cyber-thriller show.
Victorious only ended in February but we’re already having Victoria Justice withdrawals. Thankfully, it was announced on Oct. 14 that the 20-year-old actress was cast as the lead role in a new, intense thriller TV series!
Victoria Justice Cast In ‘Eye Candy’
Victoria has signed on to star in Eye Candy, an upcoming MTV show, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show is based on an Rl Stine (remember Goosebumps?) best-selling book of the same name.
The actress will be playing Lindy, a cyber whizz who is convinced by her roommate to try online dating. But all goes wrong when she begins to suspect that one of her online suitors is a deadly stalker.
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- Andrew Gruttadaro
Victoria Justice is getting back out there after her time on Victorious to dish out her own version of justice on the streets of New York City. The actress has taken the lead role in Eye Candy, MTV’s drama pilot based on Rl Stine’s best-selling book of the same name. When I think of Rl Stine I imagine Goosebumps and the horror stories in that series, but this isn’t quite like that. It’s labelled as a cyber-thriller, which means using the Internet to craft a story filled with twists, turns and chills that’ll keep you on your toes and suspenseful.
According to THR, Justice will be playing Lindy, a tech genius that, after being convinced to give online dating a try by her roommate, begins to suspect one of her mysterious suitors is a deadly stalker. Her friends at the elusive cyber-police have uncovered a »
- Brody Gibson
Justice will play Lindy, a tech genius who, convinced by her roommate to begin online dating. She soon begins to suspect that one of her mysterious suitors may be a deadly cyber stalker.
When her friends at the elusive cyber-police uncover a potential serial killer in Manhattan, all signs point to one of Lindy's dates.
Teaming with a band of hackers, Lindy works to solve the murders while unleashing her own style of justice on New York's streets.
Source: The Live Feed »
- Garth Franklin
Ex-Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice is making a bid to return to television on ”Twilight” director Catherine Hardwicke’s MTV thriller project. The former “Victorious” actress will play Lindy on “Eye Candy,” the drama project based on the R.L. Stine novel. Also read: MTV Orders Drama Pilot ‘Eye Candy,’ ‘Twilight’s’ Catherine Hardwicke to Produce, Direct Lindy is a tech genius whose roommate has convinced her to start online dating. But, Lindy begins to suspect that something isn’t right with one of her suitors. Suspecting him of being a deadly cyber stalker, Lindy teams with friends and cyber-police to find »
- Jethro Nededog
MTV has cast Victoria Justice in the cyber thriller Eye Candy based on Rl Stine’s bestselling novel. Justice plays Lindy, a beautiful but reclusive hacker whose blog exposes everything from terrorist plots to suspected killers. Convinced by her roommate to begin online dating, Lindy is targeted by a dangerous cyber stalker and believes one of her suitors to be the culprit. When things take a deadly turn, she teams up with the city’s cyber-crime unit to catch the killer. Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke will direct and executive produce the pilot. Justice is coming off her successful Nickelodeon series Victorious which wrapped in 2012. She is repped by UTA. Madeleine Martin has joined Netlix’s Hemlock Grove as a new series regular. She’ll take on the role of Shelly Godfrey, a reanimated child of the Godfreys, played last season by Nicole Boivin. Martin can currently be seen in the feature The Discoverers. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
When it comes to casting its new drama pilot, MTV has been Victorious.
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The cyber thriller — based on Rl Stine’s novel of the same name — centers around Lindy (Justice), a beautiful but reclusive hacker whose blog exposes everything from terrorist plots to suspected killers. After her roommate convinces her to try online dating, Lindy is targeted by a dangerous cyber stalker, whom she believes is one of her suitors. When things take a deadly turn, she teams up with »
- Vlada Gelman
Victoria Justice is heading to MTV. The Victorious alum will star in Eye Candy, the drama based on Rl Stine's best-seller of the same name, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Eye Candy is described as a cyber-thriller based on the book from the Goosebumps' creator. Justice will play Lindy, a tech genius who, convinced by her roommate to begin online dating, begins to suspect that one of her mysterious suitors may be a deadly cyber stalker. When her friends at the elusive cyber-police uncover a potential serial killer in Manhattan, all signs point to one of Lindy's
- Lesley Goldberg
The Nickelodeon alum will play Lindy, a beautiful but reclusive hacker whose blog exposes everything from terrorist plots to suspected killers. Convinced by her roommate to begin online dating, Lindy is targeted by a dangerous cyberstalker and believes one of her suitors to be the culprit. When things take a deadly turn, she teams up with the city’s cyber-crime unit to catch the killer.
Casting marks Justice’s first since wrapping “Victorious” on Nick and pursuing her music career.
“Victoria Justice is exactly someone we want to be in business with,” said MTV programming topper Susanne Daniels. “Not only does she resonate with our audience, she has a huge fanbase and is extremely talented. We are very lucky to have her.”
- AJ Marechal
Do blondes have more fun? Ariana appears to have lightened up — she showed off her new locks while promoting her Nickelodeon show ‘Sam & Cat’ in the UK on October 7. Do you love her new ‘do?
Ariana Grande, 20, first became famous for having the bright red hair on her previous Nickelodeon show Victorious, but in May, she decided to go dark brown with light brown tips. And in October, she went blonde! What do you think of her lighter locks?
Ariana Grande Blonde — Do You Love Her New Look?
A UK fan posted this picture of Ariana on Twitter in early October, showing off her new blonde hair!
What do you think of her makeover? We think it looks amazing!
Ariana Defends Cheating Rumors
Ariana is keeping busy with work after her ex-boyfriend accused her of cheating on him.
She tweeted on Oct. 7:
Woke up this morning in complete and utter shock… »
- Dory Larrabee
Nickelodeon is expanding its original programming with a slew of new orders. The kids cable network greenlighted animated series Bad Seeds, from SpongeBob SquarePants' C.H. Greenblatt (art above), and Pig Goat Banana Cricket (art below), The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Both series, which will be produced through Nickelodeon Animation Studio, have received 26-episode pickups. Nickelodeon has also given pilot orders to four live-action projects in an effort to increase its footprint: Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Don, from iCarly and Victorious' Matt Fleckenstein; Twang, from True Jackson, VP and Just Shoot Me!'s Andy Gordon; Smart Alec; and an
- Philiana Ng
Nickelodeon actress Ariana Grande is transitioning quite nicely to the music business. The “Victorious” actress lived up to her former show’s title by moving 138,000 units of her debut album “Yours Truly” this week, according to Billboard, and claiming the top spot on the big chart. Digital sales counted for the vast majority — 78 percent — of Grande’s first-week sales. That was well ahead of R&B singer Tamar Braxton’s “Love & War,” who came in No. 2 on Billboard’s 200 chart with 114,000 sales. Also read: Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves Top Cma Awards Noms with 6 Apiece The achievement makes Grande the first female. »
- Tony Maglio
TV fueled a big debut on the U.S. album chart last week, as singer-starlet Ariana Grande captured a No. 1 album with her debut offering.
Grande’s “Yours Truly” (Republic) bowed at the top with 138,000 units sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan data for the week ending Sept. 8. Since 2010, the 20-year-old performer has been a fixture on Nickelodeon, where she has toplined the series “Victorious” and “Sam and Cat” and guested on “iCarly.”
Grande staved off a challenge by another multi-hyphenate artist, vocalist and reality show star Tamar Braxton, sister of Toni Braxton. Her “Love & War” (Epic) launched at 114,000, good for No. 2 on the list; her 2000 solo bow “Tamar” fared no better than No. 127 on the chart.
Yet another multi-media player, Nine Inch Nails, arrived at No 3 with “Hesitation Marks” (Columbia) With first-week sales of 107,000, the title notched the group’s highest chart posting since “Year Zero” hit No. 2 in 2007. Band »
- Christopher Morris
Ariana Grande has released the video for “Baby I,” the lead single off her debut album “Yours Truly.” She goes with a street party theme and a decided urban East La vibe with lots of hot cars and beefy dancers. Grande teased the video yesterday (Sept. 5) and dropped the full version this morning. She is best known for her role as Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious, iCarly. [...] »
The 20-year-old singer-actress, one of the stars of Nickelodeon's "Victorious" and the network's spinoff "Sam and Cat," is in near-perfect form on her debut, mainly thanks to her Mariah Carey-esque vocals and songs written by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.
"Yours Truly" kicks off with the R&B-flavored, near-6 minute "Honeymoon Avenue." It's dreamy, velvety and warm, and backed with shoo-be-doos and violins. It sounds as good as a Justin Timberlake intro.
Grande uses her voice as an instrument throughout the 12-track set: "Baby I," with its finger snaps, features her screaming high notes; "Tattooed Heart" and "Daydreamin'" are A-List ballads; and on "The Way," her lead single and Top 10 hit, Grande's voice sounds like a Carey-Toni Braxton mash- up. »
"I was hoping that it would do well, but I didn't expect it to go to No. 1 so quickly!" Grande tells Savannah Guthrie and Willie Geist. While on the show, Grande performed "The Way" (which featured a special guest appearance by rapper Mac Miller) and "Tattooed Heart."
Grande echoed similar sentiments about her album's success on Twitter. "kajdiisishajakahhba # 1 in under nineteen minutes y'all are everything thank you so much," she tweets to her fans. "I hope you enjoy the album."
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