All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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Well, we guess we can say Ariana Grande is definitely honest.
Even if that honesty includes her kind of dissing her former job.
Now that her Nickelodeon show Sam & Cat has been cancelled, Ariana is speaking about what it was like working for Nick.
And even though it had its ups, it also had its downs, which she's more than willing to talk about. She explained:
"It was a blessing and one of my childhood dreams come true … For a long time I was attached to a character that was nothing like myself. It was a little frustrating."
Hmmm, it sounds like acting just might not be the career she wanted because often people are playing characters who are nothing like them.
But we understand that a longtime TV gig as one person can be draining, seeing as she played the character previously on Victorious.
Whatever the reason for her frustration with Nick, all seems to be resolved now that her show has been cancelled.
Yay for cancellations??
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