On last night's DANCING WITH THE STARS, Ingo Rademacher (Jax, GENERAL HOSPITAL) was disappointed in the scores he received for his cha-cha with partner Kym Johnson. But while Johnson worried they could be going home after that dance, the actor was more optimistic.
"We're not going anywhere tomorrow night," he told In Depth following the show last night. "We're not even going to be in jeopardy. We have a lot of fans out there. And I told them they have to vote extra hard."
Rademacher also blames their disappointing results on being the first couple to hit the dance floor. "I think we would have gotten better scores if we'd come out later," he admitted. "It's a 50/50 chance that you're going to get [a lower score] if you come out first."
Dancing alongside professionals Tony Dovolani and Emma Slater to "Lady Marmalade" also added an extra challenge. "It makes us work harder," Rademacher said. "We needed a little more rehearsal time with them. Physically this wasn't so bad. This one hurt the knees a lot from all the small steps, but otherwise it was good."
Is he right to be confident in the support of all the GH fans voting for him? Or could Rademacher be in jeopardy this week? Tune in to the results show tonight at 9:00 pm EST on ABC to find out!