She made it to the season finale, but finished in third place behind Hines Ward and Kirstie Alley.You probably remember Chelsea Kane (formerly known as Chelsea Staub) from her breakout role in The Jonas Brothers' Disney Channel show Jonas, but since then, she's starred in a number of your favorite hit TV shows, scored third place on Season 12 of Dancing With the Stars, and now has a starring role as Riley in the ABC Family sitcom Baby Daddy. Has anything super awkward ever happened when you're taping in front of a live audience? So that was one of my favorites, the very first one. A., probably the one where we got to take the helicopter ride. And reading the script I was like, Psh, how are they going to do this? So we definitely keep in touch, and, you know, reach out, text, etc. You’ve had a lot of roles on various TV shows (One Tree Hill, Wizards of Waverly Place, Jonas, etc.) — what was your favorite experience and why? One Tree Hill was really cool, because I was actually working with my boyfriend at the time. CK: My favorite place in the world is this store called My Sister's Closet in Arizona and it's the greatest secondhand shop in the world.
Have you ever fallen for a best friend or been involved in a ~love triangle~ like your character on Baby Daddy? I don't think I've ever been caught up in a real love triangle, but yeah I think for me it comes from a place of, I'm a very protective person and I'm very, I don't want to say shy, but I tend to fall for people once I've been around them for a minute because I trust them and I'm willing to let them into my world a little more, so I can definitely say I've fallen for a friend.2. I traveled Europe with Jean-Luc and we slept in hostels together and pulled it off so, yeah, I think it's a possibility.3. For example, there's a scene this season where Tahj and I are in a hot tub, and we're supposed to duck under the water and come up and deliver the lines, and when we were under the water our director cleared the entire set. They'll turn the mics down in between takes when we're getting notes, but sometimes we'll misjudge when the mics have come on [and are] live again for the audience, so, they've heard a couple things they probably should not have (laughs).5. CK: The funniest person in the world is Melissa Peterman. CK: We all are very close, we've all been going out to dinner every night here in New York. When you were on Dancing With the Stars, did you ever freak out or forget choreography right before you went on? I like getting to see other places for work, so to live in North Carolina for a couple months was fun. I got an audition, so I dress up in this whole, like, '60s look and learned an old song and had on the whole outfit. But I'm also a big Urban Outfitters girl, and Forever 21 — I don't think labels make fashion.But the whole season is really amazing because they still care about each other and they're trying to be stronger people and they both get into relationships with other people. J-14: You recently tweeted some Rilo Kiley lyrics -- "With every broken heart we should become more adventurous." What was that about?Chelsea: It was kind of from some personal experience. Then we saw each other again at a Young Hollywood Awards party, and we've really been enjoying just hanging out and reconnecting and seeing where it goes. It's hard because I think the only time [going out with someone else] is wrong is if you're in a relationship, which we weren't, we were just testing the waters.If you could have one guest star on the show, who would it be? " And the coolest part about working on a show with an amazing art department is that they actually built me a wraparound bar in my dressing room. Seriously, the dance would be over and I'm gasping for air like, Did it happen? CK: You'll never see like the "Chelsea Kane" self-titled album (laughs). " So I think a lot of people are like, "Wait, I'm confused — are you Chelsea Staub? " But for me, I like it because it just feels more like me. It was a weird transition and kind of crazy, but I'm glad I did it.For me so much of it was muscle memory, and completely nerve-racking. I love it, I've been super lucky in the sense that I keep getting roles that require singing and I grew up doing musical theater, so I don't mind it. Is there a dream play or musical you'd ever want to be a part of? There's so much comedy there that I think would be fun to play — and, their dresses! And now that it's sinking in, it just feels more like me.20.