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‘She’s really funny for that’: Victoria Justice jokes about the ‘We ALL Sing’ meme

The 'Victorious' star embraces her meme status.


Mike Hadge

Pop Culture

Posted on May 14, 2024   Updated on May 15, 2024, 10:32 am CDT

You remember the Nickelodeon show Victorious. Of course you do. Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice’s starring vehicle that ran for 4 seasons from 2010-14? Even if you didn’t watch it, you more than likely are familiar with the “we ALL sing” meme. 

Still no? Well, it was birthed from this interview with the Victorious cast in which they were asked which of them sings the most on set. Ariana claims the title before a clearly chagrined Justice utters the comment that cemented her place in meme history. Take a look: 

Justice’s interjection quickly found its way into the internet’s vernacular, with users adding “we ALL ____” into various scenarios. A refresher: 

You get it. You remember. Well, in a recent video with former Victorious co-star Daniella Monet, Justice joked about the meme herself: 

“If you used that, it would break the internet,” laughs Monet. Well, maybe not break quite yet, but certainly delight. “She’s really funny for that,” said one user on X. “At least she owned it,” said another.

“It’s cool she could just laugh about it now,” another X user said. Another X user pointed out that “they’re the best fake siblings,” which the two leaned into with their recent TikTok video where they did the “Twin: where have you been?” trend:

@daniellamonet Once a sister, always a sister 🥹🫶🏻 #victorious ♬ made for me – ★(ʟᴀʏʟᴀ's ♡ ᴠᴇʀsɪᴏɴ)★

According to fans, this appears to be the first time Justice has actively referenced the “we all sing” meme.

It’s great to see the subject of memes embrace their immortality. Let’s hope that “we ALL” take Justice’s example of humility through our lives. 

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*First Published: May 14, 2024, 12:26 pm CDT