The "Victorious" cast tweeted their support to Ariana Grande after the Manchester bombing
After the terrorist attack at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester, England, many people have shared their feelings about the horrible event on social media. And Grande’s castmates from Victorious — the Nickelodeon show she starred in from 2010 to 2013 — were no exception.
The Victorious cast took to Twitter to show support not only for their former costar but also for all the people who were impacted by the tragedy.
Just days before the bombing, Grande and her costars were tweeting about a Victorious reboot, but the tone on their social media pages has now become much more somber. As 22 people were killed and approximately 59 were injured in a suicide bomb attack allegedly orchestrated by ISIS after Grande’s concert on May 22nd, the world is in shock, and people are using social media to send their love and support.
Many celebs have tweeted their responses to the Manchester bombing, but there’s something particularly touching about Grande’s costars from before she was a superstar sending their love to her and all those affected. Here’s what some of her former costars have been saying:
Tori Vega (Victoria Justice)
Leon Thomas III (Andre Harris)
Matt Bennett (Robbie Shapiro)
Elizabeth Gillies (Jade West)
Avan Jogia (Beck Oliver)
Daniella Monet (Trina Vega)
Michael Eric Reid (Sinjin Van Cleef)
Lane Napper (guidance counselor Lane Alexander)
Jennifer Carta (Victoria’s mom, Holly Vega)
An attack of this scale impacts the world and so, by tweeting messages of compassion, the Victorious cast is doing their small part to spread what everyone needs right now — love.