When Ariana Grande dropped her highly anticipated "thank u, next" video last Friday (November 30), people immediately loved it, so much so it broke Vevo and YouTube's 24-hour-views record the next day with over 50 million views.

The video's nostalgic tributes to 2000s rom-coms like Mean Girls and Legally Blonde are what drove headlines. However, a mini, unofficial Victorious reunion, the 2010 Nickelodeon show that gave Ariana her start, also played off younger fans' nostalgia.

Cameos from Victorious co-stars Elizabeth Gillies, Matt Bennett, and Daniella Monet were a fun treat, but fans immediately noticed Victorious star Victoria Justice's absence. This only fueled longtime rumors of beef between Grande and Justice. Who could forget the hilariously awkward, "I think we all sing," moment that sparked it all:

Well, beef or no beef, Victoria Justice has publicly commented on the "thank u, next" video! Eagle-eyed fans caught Justice leaving a comment on one of Ariana's Instagram posts recently saying, "Congrats... the video is awesome!" See a screenshot below:

While we truly believe Victoria's comment on her former co-star's post was sweet and genuine, you know social media is already having a field day with this latest development in communication between the two stars:

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