Victoria Justice strips away her good-girl image on the cover of Kode magazine and opens up about life after Nickelodeon, her new MTV series Eye Candy and growing up in the public eye. The way I represent myself through my interviews and on my social media accounts is pretty much who I am. The year-old continued, "I've been in the industry since I was eight years old…I think if you were going to try and sell people a certain image that wasn't true to yourself, you could only fool them for so long, things would eventually come out, about who you really are. In today's world with the internet, cellphone cameras and videos, you can't get away with a fake persona for long. Justice dished on why she chose Eye Candy as her next big project, saying, "It is much darker and that is one of the main reasons I was drawn to it…I took my time reading different scripts. I didn't want to take just anything, for the sake of just working on something. I would've waited even longer if Eye Candy hadn't made its way to me. It definitely has mature themes and it's dark, which would be really scary for young children," she explained. Kode Magazine. Child star no more!
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This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure for more details. Among the stunning ladies at the event was Victoria Justice , who showed up wearing no underwear in a white-hot mini dress. The year-old actress stole the spotlight as she partied sans her knickers! She went for a daring look, flashing some flesh, including her toned legs, in a Sanyae Demure fitted frock featuring polka dots, sheer long sleeves, and revealing side cutouts.
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