Victorious, stylized as VICTORiOUS, was an American sitcom created by Dan Schneider that aired from March 27, 2010 until February 2, 2013.
Ice Cream for Ke$ha
When Tori is stuck being Trina's assistant after losing a bet they made when they were little kids, she and her friends try to win a private concert from Ke$ha by finding all the letters to Ke$ha under ice cream cartons as a way to free Tori from Trina. They have all the letters except for the $ so they get it from a little boy (played by Ke$ha's brother, Louie), but he says that Tori, Cat, and Jade must kiss him, and he has to be invited to the Ke$ha concert. In the end, Tori locks the little boy outside her home during the concert, but Trina, who, feeling sympathy for him, offers him to kiss her, to which he replies "gross" and promptly leaves.
In this episode, Ke$ha plays a fictional version of herself (such as a scene where she acts in a general sell-out star personality). She seems to be scared or annoyed by Trina like everyone else on the show.
The episode aired on April 22, 2011. It appears as the third episode of the second season.
Several of Ke$ha's songs have been used as background music in several episodes of the show.
- "Blow" - "Ice Cream for Ke$ha" (performed on the show)
- "Too Much (More Is the Cure)" - "Jade Dumps Beck"
- "Uncensored" - "Wi-Fi in the Sky"
- "Not My Problem" - "Wi-Fi in the Sky"
- "Kiss Kiss - Hug Hug" - "Cat's New Boyfriend"
- "Former Over-Exposed Blonde" - "The Wood"
- "D.U.I." - "Prom Wrecker"
- "Tease Me" - "Tori Fixes Beck and Jade"
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