Thursday, June 23, 2011

Victorious Femulation

Victorious is a situation comedy on Nickelodeon. Its cast includes Avan Jogia (above left) and Victoria Justice (above right). In an upcoming episode, Avan's character falls in love with Victoria's and lands a role as a double. By the way, Avan is a male.

You can see more photos here and here.

And thank you, Cheryl, for alerting me to this!


  1. AnonymousJune 24, 2011

    Your description is just a tad misleading, Stana.

    The femulator in question actually stands in for Victoria as a stunt double when she is assigned as a stunt double as a part of the curriculum of her school of the arts. His appearance en femme is brief (the shots you've linked to are actually more "substantial" than his tim on screen.

    It's not a big deal at all, but i just thought I'd throw up a tiny clarification.

    You have a very interesting site, and I appreciate all the work you put into it.

  2. Wow, very nice doubling :)

  3. Laura EllisJune 24, 2011

    Just so you know, it has already aired. You can find it on youtube and possibly Hulu. He looks great in it.

  4. I love this show, i have to see the episode, my teen girl side loves it in so many levels, and escuse me if i sound like a 16 y/o girlie girl (it's how i feel right now) he looks sooo cute!! OMG and Victoria its amazing,i love the pic of the together in the same pose, amazing!!!

    BTW: im a huge fan of teenifycation, so that might explain a bit

  5. AnonymousJune 25, 2011

    Wow, very cool. With his slight, slim build and beautiful hair, Avan makes for a very cute girl.

    On a related note, check this out:

    IMHO, both the Victorious and the Detroit Fashion Week shots illustrate how although it's not hard to tell the 'femulated' from the real thing (well, most of the time anyway ;o), I think most would agree that Avan and Alex compare very favorably with the genetic girls.

    Admirer :o)

  6. AnonymousJune 30, 2011

    If I were him, I spend a week being a girl. It is sooooo adorable and sooooo my sweetest dream.

  7. AnonymousJuly 08, 2011


    It almost makes up for an episode of Nickelodeon's new show, Bucket and Skinner's Epic Adventures, that had some of the worst drag in television history: "Epic Girls"