The stars of the Nickelodeon hit - including Ariana Grande — all took time to remember where it all started and join in on the nostalgic fun, tweeting and 'gramming their feelings about the Nickelodeon show that they appeared on in their youth. Check out some of the best of those remembrances are below!:
Ariana Grande (Cat Valentine) confessed what she missed about the show:
7 years of Victorious!! I genuinely miss bibble.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) March 27, 2017
In case you need a refresher, Bibble is a fake British product that Cat becomes addicted in the Victorious special "Tori Goes Platinum". Bibble also made another appearance in the episode "Robbie Sells Rex", and even appeared in the Sam & Cat episode "#TheBritBrats".
Elizabeth Gillies (Jade West) commented on a fan's tweet about "7 years of Bade":
"Interesting," she wrote. "In the first one, Avan looks terrified. In the second one, I look terrified. What does it mean..." Hours later, Gillies tweeted, "Can't believe that it's already been 7 years since Victorious first aired! Nuts. Loving all your tweets. You guys keep it alive. Happy 7th 😘."
Even better, Gillies lost it when another fan shared pics of a young Bade:
"BABIES," she captioned, with Avan Jogia (Beck Oliver) adding, "Tiny tiny people."
Matt Bennett (Robbie Shapiro) had an epic mic drop after a fan tweeted a clip of Robbie singing about broken glass:
When another fan retweeted this and asked Bennett when his new album would drop, the actor and musician sent him a link to his debut album, Terminal Cases — the one that came out last summer.
Justice thanked all the fans for their sweet memories through the years:
Wow I cannot believe it’s been 7 years 😱 Feeling so nostalgic seeing all your #7YearsOfVictorious posts, thank you guys for the love❣️— Victoria Justice (@VictoriaJustice) March 27, 2017
While Leon Thomas III (Andre Harris) was simply shocked by how fast the time went:
I can't believe it's been 😳#7YearsOfVictorious— Leon Thomas (@leonthomas) March 28, 2017
But Daniella Monet (Trina Vega) shared the most memories on social media. Homegirl went to town with photos:
Seriously, so many pics. Monet also tweeted, "I love that this trends every year." Again, same.
Finally, series creator Dan Schneider posted his contribution for the anniversary:
Long live Victorious!
Fans can catch Victorious regularly on Nickelodeon and TeenNick!
Sources: MTV News, Teen Vogue.
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