While Chelsea and Nicole play best buds on-screen, they’re also tight in real life, too. We got them both on the phone to answer the same nine questions! Chelsea Staub: [Nicole and I] love the makeup room.
The makeup women are women that [we] go to for advice about boys, or if we have a premiere to go to, we [ask for] advice on how to do makeup and hair.
is finally making its way to TV screens this weekend.
The new single camera sitcom follows the fictional rock and roll superstars Lucas Brothers (played by our fave Jonas trio) as they balance their rockstar lives with those of ordinary teens at the private Horace Mantis Academy.
She also performed two of the songs on the film's soundtrack.
She almost went to the Olympics but hurt her knees and back, so when you see [her] doing a lot of the physicals on the show, that’s all her.CS: You know, a couple years ago when we were, like 15 and 16, our favorites were just sleepovers.I have great pictures of [us] sitting with a box of Krispy Kreme doughnuts., the pilot episode of Summerland and the 2004 direct-to-video film Arizona Summer.In 2007, Kane starred in her first theatrical film role as Meredith Baxter Dimly, in the film Bratz, playing the film's antagonist.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.Chelsea recently stopped by Buzz Feed New York to give us an inside look into her world, on set and off — everything from crazy moments while filming to what her AIM screen name was back in the day.1. I'm definitely more of a guy's girl — it's drama-free (laughs) and I have a couple great girlfriends — but I think I relate to my character Riley in the sense that I would prefer to hangout with a group of guys, so I think you can be friends. There were a couple pranks we played on set once in a while. So, Derek won last year, which made me extremely upset because I am a huge perfectionist. CK: Um, it's usually probably something from Jean-Luc, because we forget we're mic'd. And then they picked us up in a helicopter on top of the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood and flew us all over the city. And we shot the show in North Carolina, and it's really fun. I think the worst ever — do you remember the TV show American Dreams? Why did I pick my fifth-grade screen name to represent me professionally? So, I like finding cool, one-of-a-kind pieces like that.She also appeared in one episode of Wizards of Waverly Place (the episode, "The Supernatural") and she starred in the Disney Channel original film Starstruck (2010). From 2010 to 2014, Kane co-starred in the Disney Channel animated series Fish Hooks voicing the role of Bea Goldfishberg.She played the role of Stella Malone, the stylist and long time best friend of the band J. In 2010, Kane filmed a web series called "The Homes" written and directed by John Cabrera. Kane was one of the celebrity contestants in season 12 on the American ballroom competition Dancing with the Stars.Kane made her professional acting debut in the 2001 short film entitled Failure of Pamela Salt.She went on to guest star in the television series Cracking Up, Listen Up!