Welcome to the Official Fan Site of Chelsea Kane, your one stop 24/7 online resource for all your needs about the beautiful young actress. You may know Chelsea Kane, also known as Chelsea Staub from her roles in: Bratz, Minutemen, Jonas, Jonas LA, Fish Hooks, Starstruck, WOWP, The Homes, and One Tree Hill. She is currently starring in a new original comedy, Baby Daddy as Riley (Premieres June 20, Wednesdays at 8:30/7:30c on ABC Family). Please keep checking the site regularly for updates, news, information, articles, and photos. Please email us if you have any donations, questions, or concerns. Thank you for supporting Chelsea Kane throughout her career.
I had so much fun looking through your “My Summer Adventures” photos last week—you guys really know how to have a good time! So today, I’m giving you a glimpse at how I like to celebrate the summer via a video I put together of Chelsea Cam footage from the Fourth of July!
WARNING: The patriotic singing you are about to hear is raw, real (unfortunately) and fueled by a deep love for America (and beer from flag adorned cans). Enjoy!
Chelsea Kane proudly shows off her “Chelsea” Diamondbacks jersey in the 2011 Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game held at Chase Field on Sunday (July 10) in Phoenix, Ariz.
The 22-year-old Fish Hooks actress talked about how nice it is to be relaxing after Dancing With the Stars.
“Nothing feels more like summer vacation than taking in a baseball game and having a beer with the family, having a hot dog,” Chelsea said.
Chelsea also expressed surprise that her DWTS partner Mark Ballas was at the game.
“I know more about sports than that man!” she joked, adding, “Mark is amazing, such a good guy, such a good friend and I think one of the most talented people I’ve ever met. He’s a musician, a dancer, it’s ridiculous. He makes me feel bad about myself every single day.”
Disney Television Animation visits the Press Club on July 13 at 7:00PM. At the event, a Disney Television Animation executive will present Disney Channel’s current two top series, Phineas and Ferb and Fish Hooks. The stars, creators and animators of both of those shows will be in attendance.
The current panelists include:
From Phineas and Ferb
Dan Povenmire (creator and executive producer) Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (creator and executive producer) Alyson Stoner (voices Isabella Garcia-Shapiro), Jack McBrayer (voices Irving), Bobby Gaylor (voices Buford) and Maulik Pancholy (voices Baljeet).
From Fish Hooks
Noah Z. Jones (creator, co-executive producer) Maxwell Atoms (executive producer) Chelsea Kane (voices Bea) Kyle Massey (voices Milo) and Justin Roiland (voices Oscar).
Actress/DWTS contestant Chelsea Kane, writer/producer/director/actor Paul Feig, producer/director Brett Ratner, actress Dana Delaney, Mark Cuban, and UTA Social Media agent Eric Kuhn attend Variety’s Venture Capital and New Media Summit held at The Beverly Hilton hotel on July 8, 2011 in Beverly Hills, CA.
Chelsea Kane shimmied her way into audiences’ hearts last season on Dancing With the Stars. Now, the Disney star is working her way into the hearts of dog lovers everywhere by teaming up with Pedigree for the “Every Dog Deserves” campaign.
Throughout the month of June, Pedigree will donate one pound of food (up to 100,000 pounds total) to dogs in shelters across the country patiently waiting for a loving home.
“I’ve been a dog lover my entire life. I’ve grown up with them and they’ve always been a member of the family,” the actress told Parade.com. “I really wanted to get involved.”
Kane also talked to Parade.com about life post Dancing With the Stars. Plus, why the 22-year-old is in no rush to shed her Disney star image.
Her ballroom days are behind her.
“Dancing With the Stars really opened a lot of doors for me, and I’m so grateful for that. I had such a blast. I can’t believe it’s already been over for a month since the finale, but at the same time, it’s been such a whirlwind ever since we ended. It’s been wonderful chaos.”
She’s got a whole new fan base.
“It’s an audience that has never known me before. I’m so used to kids coming up to me on the street, but it’s really cool now to have people my age or older saying that they watched the show. It’s a very exciting time.”
On her friendship with DWTS partner Mark Ballas.
“It’s great. When you go from spending 12 to 15 hours a day with somebody, you get very close and you also get to that point where you want to strangle each other! So it’s nice to go back into friendship mode as opposed to student-teacher mode.”
How the Disney star has managed to stay grounded.
“I feel like a lot of it was luck. I fell into the Disney channel at an age when I had already gotten a lot of my growing and my experimenting and mistake making out of the way before I had kids looking up to me. I started on Disney at 19, so I had all of my high school years behind me. I think it’s the combination of that and being very close to my family and knowing that I’m really blessed to be working. A lot of kids with Disney sometimes feel like it comes really easy because they’re making a lot of money at a really young age and people are letting them do whatever they want. At this point, I’ve spent five years paying my dues, really knowing what it felt like to not get a job. So once I was there, I cherished it and I was going to take care of it.”
She’s staying true to her roots.
“I love my Disney fans. A lot of the kids want to grow up and push away from that image, but I don’t feel that way at all. These kids have supported me and had my back from day one. They tuned into our show and voted for me on Dancing With the Stars, and I’m going to do my best to continue to pick projects that they can watch with their family and enjoy, and we can all grow up together.”
On the fans she could do without: the paparazzi.
“That is something that will always be strange. I think that goes doubly when you’re a young woman. Your first instinct when a guy is following you around is to panic and run, so I feel like I’m always on alert. But it actually hasn’t been a huge problem for me. I lead a relatively boring, normal life. The only places they’ll ever really find me is at my apartment or my friends’ houses or eating at the little restaurant down the street.”
On her boyfriend Stephen Colletti, whom she had a crush on during his stint on MTV’s Laguna Beach.
“At this point, I’ve been able to get to know him so well that I forget it’s the same person. But I do have my surreal moments. The first night I met him, it was definitely a rush. He’s really an amazing support, especially through DWTS. I don’t know what I would have done without that rock through the entire thing.”
Disney Television Animation Set for National Press Club’s First-Ever Animation Panel Featuring Hit Disney Channel Series “Phineas and Ferb” and “Fish Hooks”
BURBANK, Calif., June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Disney Television Animation is slated to present the Emmy Award-winning and BAFTA-nominated series “Phineas and Ferb,” and hit innovative comedy series “Fish Hooks” at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 (7:00 – 9:00 p.m., ET/PT). This presentation marks the National Press Club’s first-ever animation panel.
“It’s an honor to be invited to present our panel at the National Press Club and have the opportunity to showcase our top two animated series, as well as highlight our upcoming programming slate to the Young Members Committee,” said Eric Coleman, senior vice president, original programming, Disney Television Animation.
“This is the inaugural animation panel for the National Press Club and we are proud to have Disney, the world’s leader in animation, as a partner. It is truly an honor to host such a noteworthy event and respected panel, for what will certainly be among the most memorable and entertaining evenings in NPC history,” said Tim Young, chairman, young members committee, National Press Club.
In addition to “Phineas and Ferb” and “Fish Hooks,” Disney Television Animation will offer an overview of upcoming programming, including “Gravity Falls,” “Motorcity,” and “Tron:Uprising.”
Panel to include the following attendees:
Phineas and Ferb: creators and executive producers, Emmy Award-winning Dan Povenmire (“Family Guy” and “Rocko’s Modern Life”) and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (“The Simpsons” and “Rocko’s Modern Life”), Alyson Stoner (“Camp Rock” movies), Jack McBrayer (“30 Rock”), Maulik Pancholy (“30 Rock”) and Bobby Gaylor (“Take Two with Phineas and Ferb”).
Fish Hooks: creator/executive producer Noah Z. Jones (“Not Norman,” “The Monster in the Backpack”), executive producer Maxwell Atoms (“The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy”), Chelsea Kane (“Dancing with the Stars”), Kyle Massey (“Dancing with the Stars”) and Justin Roiland (“The Sarah Silverman Program”).
Disney Channel’s “Phineas and Ferb” follows ingenious Phineas Flynn and his resourceful stepbrother, Ferb Fletcher, as they happily set out to conquer boredom and make every day of their 104-day summer vacation count. Throughout the escapades, they’re accompanied by Perry the Platypus, their seemingly mindless family pet who, unbeknownst to all, leads a double life as suave secret Agent P, deftly battling the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz to save the world. Meanwhile, older sister Candace is aghast at her brothers’ bold antics and makes it her life’s work to tattle on them to Mom and Dad.
“Phineas and Ferb” is TV’s #1 animated series in primetime among Kids and Tweens, reaching more than 110 million unduplicated Total Viewers across the U.S. 2011-to date. The Disney Channel Original Movie, “Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension,” premieres FRIDAY, AUGUST 5 (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.
“Fish Hooks” is an inventive animated comedy series, set inside the fish tanks in Bud’s Pet Shop that presents high school life as seen through the eyes of three BFFs (best fish friends), Bea, Milo and Oscar. Together they experience the typical life challenges and triumphs, including friendship, dating and sports, along with more atypical situations such as giant lobster attacks and, with the use of special land suits, school field trips to the hamster cages.
“Fish Hooks” is TV’s No. 2 animated series in Prime in Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14, 2011-to date.
Here are a couple more of my answers to your “Ask Me Anything” questions! (If you count xlucky ducky’s string of questions and one! j/k)
Q: What was the best experience you had on DWTS?
A: My favorite day was the finale. To watch all of Team Kanenball’s best moments played out in slow-motion on a jumbo-tron while Sara Evans serenaded us was very surreal and such a bittersweet reminder of the journey we’d been on. After that, the six finalists and our friends got to hop on a private plane t New York City. We drank champagne, ate hamburgers and played road-trip games. It was the best slumber party ever.
Q: Sun or rain? Tea or coffee? E-mailing or texting? Pink or pearls? Paris or London? Facebook or twitter? friends or family? Taking a shower or taking a bath? Christmas or birthday?
A: Sitting in the SUN, drinkin’ iced TEA. TEXTING. PINK. PARIS PARIS PARIS. Twitter. Friends are family, so win/win. Bath. Birthdays.
Thanks, xlucky ducky and Sofia Hamid, your questions were a lot fun to answer!
Do you have a great question? Go ahead; ask me anything in the comment section below and I’ll do my best to answer it.
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