All grown up, Ms. Roberts is still pursuing an acting career. She played Jess in “Who We Are Now” in 2017″ and also starred in the ninth season of “American Horror Story: 1984.”
In March 2019 Emma hooked up with fellow actor Garret Hedland of “TRON: Legacy” fame. The two welcomed a child into the world together in December of 2020. Sadly, the two lovebirds announced their split in January 2022.
Meagan Good’s Photo Scandal
When Meagan Good was 34, she was the victim of an internet hack scheme. Someone had released private photos of hers on the internet in attempt to shame her. It was discovered that the images had been taken by her husband and were never intended to be shared outside their marriage.
“For everyone who’s reposting the leaked nudes? You should be ashamed of yourself… You have a blessed day now.” That’s a lot of poise for such a mortifying experience.
Emma Roberts Then
Emma Roberts’ childhood dream came true when she landed her own fabulous "Unfabulous" show on Nickelodeon. Hanging out with her auntie Julia Roberts on movie sets as a child sparked that dream.
The show about life at junior high school ran for three years until it was canceled in 2007. Her role as Addie Singer catapulted Emma into a film career with lead roles in teen cult classics like "Aquamarine" and, "Nancy Drew" and "Wild Child."
Victoria Justice Then
Victoria Justice was only 8 years old when she decided to start a career in showbiz. Her family moved out to Hollywood from Florida. Immediately she started modeling and doing commercials. The half-Puerto Rican beauty got her foot in the door by starring on Nickelodeon’s "Zoey 101" in 2005 when she was just 12.
That led to her biggest gig as Tori Vega on the Nick sitcom "Victorious." Starring alongside(the now-famous pop icon) Ariana Grande, Victoria tried her hand as a musical act. Three of the songs from the "Victorious" soundtrack hit the charts. She seemed set for a stellar solo career but sadly her debut track tanked.
Victoria Justice’s career in the spotlight as a teen idol and actress fizzled after "Victorious" was canceled and her solo venture flopped. During her superstardom height, in the two years before Victorious was canceled, she starred in three films, "The Boy Who Cried Werewolf," "Fun Size," and "The First Time."
Since then, she hasn’t found much work as an adult actress besides starring in the MTV thriller "Eye Candy," as well as the Netflix Films, " A Perfect Pairing," and "The Afterlife of the Party."