Victoria Justice takes the cover of Teen Vogue magazine’s October 2012 issue. 19-year-old star offers up an ear-to-ear smile on mag’s cover donning a gold spike studded top from Michael Kors.
Victoria is wearing a a Denim Refinery jacket with Jill Stuart top and Alexander Wang skirt. She looks cute in a Michael Michael Kors jacket and a Red Valentino dress.
Cute and sexy, Victoria Justice is stylish in a Libertine sweater, ASOS skirt and Giuseppe Zanotti Design sneakers. She poses for a picture in a Kenzo sweater, adorned with Bing Bang earrings, Mawi necklace and ring.
This stunning lady shows her legs in a Jill Stuart dress with Chanel long necklace and Bess belt. She rocks a jade green Gucci dress with Alexis Bittar earrings.
Check out some excerpts from her interview with mag:
On living at home with her family: “I know I’m going to be moving out in a few years, but I’m not ready yet. I’m still nineteen. I have a lot to learn.”
On her pursing her dreams to be an actress: “At a young age, I had to give up a lot of things, like being able to hang out with my friends. But it was okay. In a lot of ways, I wasn’t a normal teenager. I knew my family had moved here for me to pursue this, so I wasn’t about to let them down.”
On keeping her romantic life private: “I hate being so mysterious, but I feel like once you start talking, people want to know more. I don’t want to be the type of person to have my relationships plastered in magazines. The times the paparazzi have gotten pictures of me in my personal life, I’ve been completely freaked out by it, like, How did they know I was here?”
On her celebrity crush: “I have, like, talent crushes on people. I’m a huge Coldplay fan. Chris Martin is a legend. I admire him a lot.”
On her ideal boyfriend: “I like a guy who’s down-to earth, smart, into film and the arts, and who’s going to bring out the best in me.”
On her first ever job: “The conditions were awful-long hours, wind, my costume was too big on me. But I loved it. At a young age, I had to give up a lot of things, like being able to hang out with my friends. But it was okay. In a lot of ways, I wasn’t a normal teenager. I knew my family had moved here for me to pursue this, so I wasn’t about to let them down.”
On loving comedic roles: “I’m not afraid to put myself out there for the sake of comedy. I’m not afraid to take a pie in the face. I’m not afraid to look silly and make a fool of myself. It’s kind of thrilling for me.”
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