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Children queue out of the door to meet US star in Holloway

PUBLISHED: 08:01 07 October 2012

Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice (centre) meets fans Willow Price, 10 and Millie Price, 12, from Hemel Hempstead at Argos, Holloway Road

Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice (centre) meets fans Willow Price, 10 and Millie Price, 12, from Hemel Hempstead at Argos, Holloway Road

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Children’s TV star Victoria Justice caused a stir at a Holloway store last week.

Young fans queued out the door at Argos as the 19-year-old actress, best known for her role as Tori Vega in Nickelodeon’s Victorious, signed autographs.

The former child-star, who has been a Nickelodeon regular on shows such as Zoey 101 and iCarly since the age of 10, is in the UK on a promotional tour. “My trip so far has been amazing. It’s been great to meet so many fans,” she said.

Gary Philpott, store manager said: “Victoria is a huge role model for so many children and it’s an honour to have her visit our Holloway Road store.”

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