'Dancing With the Stars'' Ingo Rademacher and Kym Johnson Gear Up For Tonight's Performance


May 6 2013, Published 12:40 p.m. ET

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General Hospital alum Ingo Rademacher and his Dancing with the Stars pro partner Kym Johnson are headed back to the ballroom tonight to perform yet again, but after narrowly escaping elimination last week, the pair are working hard to make sure they have their routine on point.

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"I definitely thought there was a strong chance we could go and I was thinking about the nice things I would say about Ingo," says Kym of being in the chopping block during last week's results show. "We just need to bring Peanut (Ingo's adorable son) in more."

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Tonight Kym and Ingo will have to contend with the Jive, which they're both looking forward to.

"We’re just gonna have to put a lot of work in," says Kym. "I feel Ingo is improving every single week and he’s picking things up a lot quicker so we’ll have more time to refine the dances and make them perfect."

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A challenge in this week's performance is that each couple is required to add a third dancer to their routine.

"We have Lindsay (Arnold)," says Kym. "I was going to take Cheryl (Burke) but I switched and I let Karina take her because I’m a nice person. Or stupid."

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"One of the things we have is we have a really fun song," says Ingo. "We have the Jive and I think that will hopefully make it more fun."

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