Major Congratulations Are in Order — a Former Nickelodeon Star is Engaged!
While it seems like just yesterday that Josh Peck was just a wee lad running amok on Nickelodeon’s Drake & Josh, the 29-year-old actor is now all grown up. If the Instagrams are legit, it seems that the Grandfathered actor is now engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Paige O’Brien!
Although the blonde beauty’s account is now private, she uploaded an interesting post a few days ago that read, “Thanks for the pic @samsperbeck thanks for the ring @shuapeck,” along with a picture that showed off a massive diamond on her left ring finger, tipping off fans that she and her funny bae are taking the next step in their romance.
While this isn’t necessarily a confirmation that the pair is actually on the way down the aisle, E! News reports that before going on private, the woman replied to a comment congratulating her on her upcoming nuptials.
Josh and Paige were first seen together on a romantic beach vacation in 2012 and have since kept fans pretty updated on their relationship via Twitter and Instagram.
In addition to planning a wedding, the comedian will be busy voicing a character in the upcoming animated film, Gnome Alone, alongside Becky G in the upcoming months.
Congratulations to the happy couple!
Although Josh fell for someone outside of the Nickelodeon world, these former Nick stars found love on set:
Ryan Rottman & Victoria Justice
This romance was one for the books and fans were SO bummed when it ended. Back in 2011, Ryan appeared on Victoria’s hit show Victorious for one episode. He played Ryder on "Beggin' on Your Knees," and the rest is history. The pair began dating that same year and they were inseparable. Eventually they began traveling for work and spending more time apart, which led to their breakup. Ryan was filming The Lying Game and then Happyland while Victoria was busy with her Nick show and then eventually her short-lived MTV series, Eye Candy. The couple officially called it quits in 2013 and they are both dating other people now.