Victoria Justice is really exercising her funny bone. The actress-singer, who last had a regular series gig on MTV’s Eye Candy, is set to appear on Fox midseason comedy Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life.
The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Justice has booked a recurring role on the half-hour. Her character, Romona Miller, a corporate shark who befriends Meaghan Rath’s character in an effort to get information on rival Cooper’s (Jack Cutmore-Scott) hangover cure. She’s described as “a titanium-tough cookie beneath a beguiling exterior.” It’s not yet clear how many episodes she’ll appear in.
Fox is bullish on Cooper Barrett. Despite its 2016 premiere, the network recently ordered another seven episodes of the series, bringing it to a full mideason 13. Though no official premiere date is set, the show is intended to air in the Tuesday, 9:30 p.m. time slot after New Girl — once Scream Queens has wrapped its run.
As for Justice, this is not the actress’ first appearance on a broadcast comedy this season. She recently appeared on a live episode of NBC’s Undateable.
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Real-life couple Victoria Justice and Pierson Fode star in a modern-day love triangle in the new movie, ‘Naomi & Ely’s Kiss List.’ “We play two best friends who grow up in New York City together, the only problem is that Ely is gay and I’m in love with him,” said Justice. “And I love her boyfriend,” said Fode.
Joslyn Davis is joined in the Clevver studio by Victoria and Pierson Fode. The duo talk all about their new movie ‘Naomi & Ely’s No Kiss List.’
Victoria visited E! News to talk about her new movie Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List. Be sure to watch the videos below.
On September 10, World Suicide Prevention Day, long-time supporter Victoria Justice explains the startling statistics affecting LGBTQ youth. If you are in need, remember, it’s brave to ask for help at OktoAsk.org or call the Trevor Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386. And, to support our crisis intervention and suicide prevention services so that we can help end suicide for our youth, text VICTORIA to 41444 to donate. If you’d like to extend your support through September 18th, download Victoria’s film “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List” and 10 percent of proceeds will go to The Trevor Project. Help save young LGBTQ lives on World Suicide Prevention Day.ption
Victoria graces the cover of the October issue of Cosmo For Latinas. Below you can find the cover, interview and some outtakes from the cover shoot. Be sure to check them out below. Victoria looks beautiful!
The Puerto Rican star and CFL cover model has come a long way since Victorious.
On staying true to herself: “I never felt like I had anything to prove; I was just looking for the right next step in my career. A lot has to do with how I was raised; my mom is really involved in my life. And when I was on Nickelodeon I was very aware I had a responsibility to represent the brand. There were a lot of young girls looking up to me…”
On what we can expect to see from her in the future: “I love comedy; I’m very goofy and spontaneous. I admire people like Kristen Wiig, who is hilarious but also does a lot of really cool films. I would love to have a career like hers. I also love Sandra Bullock; she’s so endearing, smart, and funny and not afraid to throw herself into whatever role she’s playing.”
On advice for young girls who want to be seen as mature: “Educate yourself: Read up on current events and books. I love to read books by women I look up to who are smart, funny, and interesting, like Tina Fey’s Bossypants and Mindy Kaling’s Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?”