Hey M Girls!
Even though Victoria Justice is super-busy touring the country, she took the time out of her sched to chat with us about the "Make It In America" tour! She dished about everything from her tour-mate Max Schneider to embarrassing moments and so much more!
Read our Q&A Here:
M: Hey Vic! How's the tour going so far?
Vic: Tour is going great! I just did Wisconsin last night and it was cool to see all the cheese heads. It was really funny, at the end of every show ... I've only done three shows so far, but I take a picture with the whole crowd and I bought a cheese hat, so I was wearing my cheese hat in the picture. I'm pretty excited about that!
M: LOL! You're too funny! Which city are you most excited to visit?
Vic: I'm excited to visit all the places! It's cool to see the architecture and the history of each place and seeing how our country is so different in all these different states. I'm excited to visit each and every place we're going to. M: Have you had any bloopers on stage?
Vic: Let's see. At my Ohio show that I just did a couple days ago, Max and I have to do this duet together. We're doing a Bruno Mars medley. After I finish singing one song, I have to run backstage because I have a quick change and then he goes on stage and starts the song. Then I follow on stage and we sing the song together. So in Ohio, I misplaced my microphone when I got off stage to change, and so the band was like "Okay, we're gonna start playing if she's not out here." So they started singing and I still couldn't find my mic! Then at the last second, I grabbed it and started singing it from my dressing room. Then I walked all the way up on stage and it somehow worked out. It was pretty stressful, I was freaking out. I thought I was going to have to go on stage without a mic and that would've ruined the whole performance! I made it just in time! We also have beach balls that we send out on a couple songs and some of them stay on stage, so I kick them into the audience. I accidentally hit someone in the face with a beach ball on my first show! I don't think I hit them too hard, though.
M: How has it been traveling with Max so far?
Vic: It's been great! He's so sweet and he's a really cool, down-to-earth guy. He's super talented. It's been great getting to hang out with him and getting to know him better.
M: Do you have any special rituals you do backstage before you start your show? Vic: My band and I and my music manager, we all get into a circle and we say a little prayer thing and put positive energy out there about the show. And we put our hands in and say "make it in America!"
M: What would you say is your favorite song to perform on the tour?
Vic: I'm having a lot of fun performing every song, but there's a new song that I wrote called "Faster than Boys" that no one has heard yet! It's an exclusive sneak peek to people who come to my show that's gonna be featured on an upcoming episode of Victorious. It's really fun and since I wrote it, I obviously have a special connection to it. I love the lyrics, I think the message is really really funny, and it's always fun to perform. The crowds seem to be loving it, so I can't wait for everyone to be able to hear it!
So let's dish: -Are you catching Victoria on her "Make It In America" tour? What's your fave song of hers?
Photo courtesy of Nickelodeon