After the Monday night (May 23) finale, the actress who was once known as Chelsea Staub shares that unlike her, her competitors, Kirstie Alley and Hines Ward, have each won something before.
Chelsea Kane is looking forward to collect her first ever trophy from "Dancing with the Stars". The actress who portrayed Stella Malone on "Jonas L.A." is tied on the leaderboard with NFL star Hines Ward following her performances during the season 12 finale on Monday night, May 23.
After the show, the 22-year-old said winning the mirror ball trophy would mean more to her because Hines and Kirstie Alley have won something before. To reporters, she shared, "This would be the first thing I've ever won. Kirstie and Hines have won Emmys and Super Bowls. This will be my first trophy if I take it home! I'll dedicate it to the whole room."
The actress, who was previously known as Chelsea Staub, has since been campaigning for votes on Twitter. "Rock the vote. Make it happen," she first wrote, before tweeting, "Your vote is your voice. If you don't use it, Team Kanenball will lose it." She later added, "This has been an absurd, sidesplitting, passionate, strenuous, exhilirating, blissful adventure and I would gladly do it all over again."
Chelsea has got support from boyfriend Stephen Colletti as well as former co-star Joe Jonas. Stephen wrote on his Twitter, "#DWTS fans, watch @ChelseaKane light up your favorite dance floor tonight. Literally. Now call in & give your deserving votes 800-868-3401." Meanwhile, Joe told his followers, "Just watched @ChelseaKane crush it! She is a true talent. Vote for Chels! #win4chelsea."