Josh's initial dancing performance comes when he shows off his dance moves in the Premiere Theatre, which then his co-workers suggest that he try out the local dance contest.However, the key performance comes in his final dance with Drake, in a desperation to perform, where his talented dance moves come into play, eventually winning first prize.Their constant rivalry during the first season fuels Drake's scapegoat when it comes to getting out of trouble.During the middle of season 2, Josh finds a job working at The Premiere, making a reasonable amount of money, while Drake temporarily worked there.His rendition of Soul Man for the Belleview Talent Show at the Premiere, along with Drake and his band, won the Talent Show, highlights his talent for dancing, shown in the episode, Blues Brothers.Another key moment in his embrace for dance and music comes in season 4, Dance Contest.As a stereotypical 'nerd' of the school, Josh finds his social life awkward.
Josh has a knack for dancing and music, although he doesn't tend to embrace it.
“When Drake didn’t get invited to Josh’s wedding, he started tweeting all of those dramatic memes. They aren’t close anymore and Josh had a very small wedding.” The two actors played stepbrothers on the hit Nickelodeon show that aired from 2004 till 2007.
“Loyalty is key,” Bell also tweeted on Saturday before also deleting the post.
co-star John Stamos, who was accompanied by girlfriend Caitlin Mc Hugh, and Nicole Golfieri, mother of 4-year-old twins Layla and Emelia, who played Edie on the sitcom, which ended in 2016.
Drake Bell, who starred with Peck on last year, and other former cast members were not spotted in wedding photos posted on social media.