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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.DWTS is one of those shows with a really tight-knit group and everyone's a family over there, and you're welcome to come back and watch any live taping. If your Baby Daddy co-stars were all on DWTS, who would you vote for? Tahj is an incredible dancer, so it would be really fun to see him do it. I'm not like one of those that's like, God I have a lot on my mind, let me just pick up my guitar. When I was going into the studio to record Lovestruck: The Musical it was harder for me than anything else. But it's fun to be able to do it, and a lot of times I'm singing as a character so I can "blame" it on them. So, the band The Summerset wrote that song about you called "Chelsea." What was that like? We all grew up together in Arizona, and yeah, Brian wrote the song.Artemi Panarin came to Chicago from far away and has made it in a big way.

We turned the mic over to Kaner and Jonny and let them face off. Wasn't it inside your blue line, along the far wall? Toews: We're probably safer being on opposing teams than we would be playing on the same line or sitting close to each other on the bench. My family and I went to The Roxy with Brent Seabrook and a couple of other players after the game.

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.

So we're doing the scene and we're not quite sure — there's usually guys behind the camera and we didn't know what was going on — and in the two minutes it took for us to do the scene, the whole set was cleared. I don't even know if we play a lot of pranks as much as just poke fun at each other — and Melissa is the quickest. Jean-Luc's probably my best friend; we hang out a lot. CK: My room is actually called Bar Chelsea, and I have a neon sign that says "Bar Chelsea." Two seasons ago after our Christmas party, we had a little party on the lot, and people just weren't ready to leave. So I'd want to live with Tahj and have him design everything. CK: I honestly can say, I feel like I blacked out during every dance. But all of them have been amazing for different reasons.16. And I walk in, and it's American Dreamz with a Z, that Mandy Moore movie that was supposed to be super cool. It was "pixcstar." So, a lot of actors make corporations, like little production companies. I think it's your own style, what you put together.

Anytime you hear different things - whether it's trade rumors or people saying you're not living up to your complete potential - you're obviously going to get ticked off about that.

Patrick Kane It's kind of crazy to think I'm still 22 and going into my fifth season. I think it's about that time I really take the next step to the elite level.Panarin is still learning to speak English, but here, through an interpreter, he conveys how advanced he is at life and hockey. TV: WGNRadio: WGN 720-AMThe skinny: The Blackhawks placed embattled forward Bryan Bickell on waivers Saturday.