Things only grew even more awkward when Joe started hooking up his The whole Lindsay/Aaron/Hilary debacle was the Disney Channel love triangle heard 'round the world back in 2004.
In fact, it might have been one of the very first times Disney stars went to war over a relationship. As if these two Disney Channel frontrunners needed more of a reason to have tension!
So it ended up being the most awkward kiss in the world.
"I actually leaned in to kiss him," Selena has said, "and I had my eyes closed a little too early and I ended up missing like half of his lip.
But taking into consideration these stars’ dating records, the loaded term “triple threat” should probably be amended to “quadruple threat.” They sing, they act, they dance, and they date each other’s significant others.
Here are five Disney Channel love triangles you totally forgot about.
As MTV News points out, only one episode was filmed, but it never came to fruition.
The Disney Channel chose to go in another direction and scrapped the show.
A pilot (first episode) called either engineer played by Brian Stepanek.
The show followed Arwin after he left the Tipton Hotel to move in with his sister and help raise her three kids.
In a segment called "Questions from the Common Man" on "Elvis Duran and The Morning Show," DJ Greg T asks, "Who did Selena Gomez kiss for the very first time? Well, before she reigned as teen-queen on "Wizards of Waverly Place" Selena Gomez guest-starred on season two of "The Suite Life Of Zack And Cody" as a character named Gwen -- and got to kiss fellow Disney star Dylan Sprouse.
The Nick star's first kiss, she revealed, happened on-screen with Cole Sprouse!
Disney Channel actors — they are known for being the ultimate triple threats.