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‘Victorious’ Cast Helps Plant Garden at LA Middle School!

Celebuzz

1679 days ago   Article ID# 1465245
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National Wildlife Federation

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (Celebuzz) - It was a chaotic day for teachers and staff at the Thomas Starr King Middle School but it was a fun and exciting day for 6th graders as they got a special visit from the cast of Nickelodeon‘s hit show Victorious early Tuesday morning!

The cast teamed up with Nickelodeon’s The Big Help and the National Wildlife Federation to plant and clean up an outdoor garden. Celebuzz was there to capture the exciting moments and interview the cast as they helped rebuild their outdoor grounds into an educational outdoor classroom students can learn more about the environment!

It must have been a change of scenery from their usual elite performing arts school for Victorious cast members Leon Thomas III, Daniella Monet, Avan Jogia, Elizabeth Gilles, Matt Bennett and Ariana Grande as they came out to lend a green thumb on Tuesday morning! Upon arrival the cast members were greeted with a cluster of kids screaming and calling out their names anxiously. While girls in P.E. class were waiting for a glimpse of their favorite star, others asked for autographs.

The cast and student came prepared with their best gardening tools and spent the morning pulling weeds, painting, making their own plant pots and even eating some of the vegetables and herbs the students had grown. We spoke with Daniella Monet who told us about the tasty treats she got to enjoy.

Enthralled by so much knowledge these kids had about the garden that they produced, Daniella also added, Being environmental friendly is what The Big Help and NWF are all about so it didn’t surprise us when Leon, as a participant and volunteer commented, And a better place it will be! As for the students involved cutie Avan stated

Ariana Grande told us, “Shirley Jones is a guest star. That episode is coming out on Saturday called Car, Rain and Fire. She was the mom in the Partridge Family so it was such an honor to have her there.”

While Leon gladly exclaimed, “We have a great episode, it’s featuring the three girls, and they go on a crazy road-trip and definitely have a kooky ride. So get ready for a really fun episode with some twists and turns.”

So make sure you tune in Celebuzzers and let us know what you think of the episode and check out many more exciting ways The Big Help and The National Wildlife Federation are helping out!


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Updated 1679 days ago   Article ID# 1465245

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