She suffered hearing loss from scuba diving.
Kelly was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in 2006.
Kelly co-hosted the 2006 Daytime Emmys with Tom Bergeron who hosted Dancing with the Stars, which Kelly and her dancing partner Alec won the first season of.
Kelly's character from Port Charles has never been mentioned on sister Soap General Hospital.
Kelly attended the 10th ABC Super Soap Weekend at the Disney-MGM Studios, Florida in November 2005.
Kelly appeared at the ABC General Hospital Super Soap Weekend at Disney, California in June 2003.
Kelly guest starred as a nurse on the 2001 season of Spin City.
Kelly enjoys skiing.
Kelly appeared at the ABC Super Soap Weekend at the Disney-MGM Studios in November 2002.
Kelly enjoys listening to rap music.
In 2002 Kelly played the dual roles of Livvie and Tess on Port Charles.
Kelly spends her free time training for triathlons.
Kelly enjoys a close relationship with her family and was very upset when her great-grandmother passed away in 2004.
Kelly appeared in the movies Mumford and Welcome To Hollywood.
Kelly once worked as a lifeguard in a resort.
Kelly loves to be outdoors and when she was younger she enjoyed hiking and fishing.
Kelly was taught to ice skate by her mother who was a former Olympic hopeful.
Kelly wanted to be famous from a young age.
Kelly's sister has named her new baby Caleb.
Kelly enjoys listening to Howard Stern on the radio.
Kelly's favorite color is green.
Kelly's star sign is Gemini.
Kelly has a pet dog called Morgan.
Kelly is involved with numerous children's charities.
Kelly used to enjoy participating in high school debates.
Kelly participated in swimming and softball whilst as school.
Kelly currently lives in Los Angeles.
Kelly and her partner won the final of Dancing With The Stars.
Kelly used to play soccer when she was younger.
Kelly appeared in a feature film called Idle Hands.
Kelly made her television debut in 1997 with a small part on Baywatch.
Kelly appeared on the soaps General Hospital and Port Charles at the same time in 2003.
"If we go down we're going down strong, The eye of the tiger, baby," says Kelly during "Dancing With the Stars" regarding her and her partner Alec.
Kelly was a presenter at the 29th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards held at New York's Madison Square Garden on May 17, 2002, and she was a presenter at the 30th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards held at Radio City Music Hall on May 16, 2003. Kelly was a presenter at the 32nd Daytime Emmy Awards held at Radio City Music Hall on May 20, 2005.
Kelly is featured on one of four covers for the December 2001 issue of the US edition of FHM (For Him Magazine). To promote her FHM appearance, Kelly was the guest on the Westwood One syndicated radio program Loveline on November 26th and she had a cameo during the monologue of the CBS program The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn on November 29th.
Kelly became a vegetarian at age 11 after being hospitalized for a week with food poisoning.
Kelly has worked as a correspondent for MTV and for NBC's Hard Copy.
Kelly appeared in the music videos for Change by the Deftones and Crazy For This Girl by Evan and Jaron. Kelly also appeared in the music video for boy band Take 5's Shake It Off. She played one of the girls dancing at the night club.
Kelly played Rizzo in Grease and Rabbit in Winnie The Pooh in theatre productions put on by the Pocono Performing Arts Center.
"I had to make up for my [5-foot, 3-inch] size with my attitude. So, I was about 6-feet-4 growing up."—Soap Opera Digest, 10/24/00