Despite having a name befitting of a lame 70s cartoon superheroine, little brunette pile of cuteness Victoria Justice doesn’t have any special powers. Unless you count acting, singing, writing songs or looking pretty as special powers, in which case she does but you’re an idiot.
Before you get all sceptical, that is her real name. Her parents are Serene and Jack Justice, and kudos to them for resisting the undoubtedly powerful urge to christen their daughter ‘Tough’, ‘Rough’, or ‘Simian versus’.
Victoria Justice is one of those Hollywood starlets born with an acting contract in one hand and a microphone in the other. She made her acting debut aged 10 and decided that’s what she wanted to do for a living, so her family moved to Los Angeles to boost her chances.
We'd probably move house, if she told us to
If our family had relocated based on our chosen vocation aged 10, we’d either be living on the moon or at Chessington World of Adventures. Probably for the best that our parents had the sagacity and fortitude to dismiss our career plans as the fanciful dreams of an infant, really.
It worked out alright for the Justice family, though, with Vic going on to appear in a huge bundle of kids TV programmes, none of which were ThunderCats or Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, so she might as well not have bothered, as far as we’re concerned.
V-Just has now gone and landed her first feature film role in Fun Size which has nothing to do with confectionary that's barely worth unwrapping and everything to do with a teenage girl who is forced to take her brother out trick-or-treating. She loses him and must find him before their mother discovers the mishap. It sounds like a SUPER HOOT.
Under that blue carpet, someone was drowning