Singer and actress, Victoria Justice is both talented and beautiful. Another accomplishment for the 18-year-old star is her appearance on the cover of the latest issue of ‘Savvy’ magazine for spring 2011.

In the interview, pretty Victoria discusses, among others, her music and the new album, her fans, her ultimate leading man and the thing that makes her cry. She also talks about her personal style and she reveals her favorite designer and on what she’s currently obsessing over.

Pucci is amazing and I also really love wearing Michael Kors,” she told the magazine. On her style, the young actress says she likes to be comfortable. “I have some vintage cowboy boots I wear all the time and I also like wearing jeans with a cute shirt and baggie hoodie.” Victoria admits that she is currently obsessing over roasted pepper hummus. “It’s so good! I’ve also really been liking pistachio ice cream lately.”

In the interview, the “Victorious” star also chatted about her fave music and the color of the moment. “Turquoise. My room is painted turquoise and it reminds me of the ocean — it’s so calm and peaceful,” she said. As for the music she likes, Victoria lists Coldplay, Amy Winehouse, the Beatles, and Katy Perry.

When it comes to describing herself in one sentence, Victoria says: “I would first ask for another sentence! No, but seriously I would say: Low-maintenance, spontaneous, loves meeting people, loves eating good food with friends…finds pleasure in the simple things.”

The teen star speaks about dreams proving she is not just pretty and talented, but also mature and realistic. “A dream makes you your happiest.” She then explains: “It’s something you love and want to fight for. And when you’re doing it, it makes you feel like you’re in the right place at the right time – it makes you feel like you’re doing something good in your life.”

On her ultimate leading man, Victoria told the magazine: “I’d like to work sometime with Joseph Gordon-Levitt—he was in 500 Days of Summer. I’m a big fan of his. He hosted SNL recently and performed a Gene Kelly number, and I thought it was so cool he could sing.”

Photos courtesy of Savvy