Dancing With The Stars
Maxie attends the Nurses Ball... despite being worried about a still missing Lulu. Will a conversation she has with Frisco be overheard by a certain lab rat?
Are you ready for what’s about to hit the stage? Patrick and Emma are said to do a daddy/daughter duet. Monica, Epiphany and Tracy are quite the trio. The nurses all team up. Duke and Anna show us that famous tango. Ellie and Spinelli put on a show. Noah Drake hits the stage in honor of his daughter-in-law, while Emma and Sabrina also share a number together. That Emma Drake (Brooklyn Rae Silzer) is quite the star.
Everyone remembers Nikolas and Robin’s friendship, right? The Nurses Ball is in honor of Robin. When they lost funding, an anonymous donor stepped up. Three royal guesses who it is.
Two-time Dancing With the Stars competitor Kelly Monaco dished about the show’s Season 16 premiere with Robin Roberts on Good Morning America. The General Hospital star and Roberts talked about Ingo Rademacher’s contemporary performance, Zendaya Coleman’s top score, Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough’s chemistry and the importance of family, like Wynonna Judd’s showing their support in the crowd. Check it out at ABC News.
Programs starring daytime suds alums helped ABC win the Monday night ratings race. On the strength of the Season 16 premiere of Dancing With the Stars (featuring General Hospital's Ingo Rademacher) and an episode of Nathan Fillion starrer Castle, ABC bested original lineups on rival networks. READ MORE
General Hospital’s Ingo Rademacher received a score of 20 in his Dancing With the Stars debu on Monday night. Paired with Kym Johnson, the couple danced the season’s first contemporary performance.
Zendaya Coleman and Valentin Chmerkovskiy earned the night’s highest score of 24 out of 30. D.L. Hughley and Cheryl Burke ended up at the bottom with the lowest score of 12. Watch a clip of Rademacher’s performance after the jump!
General Hospital returnee and Dancing With The Stars contestant Ingo Rademacher is opening up about why he kept his return to Port Charles on the QT. Rademacher spoke with Extra while rehearsing for his debut on DWTS and explained,
"I had to keep it a secret for so long… I had to lie. It’s a nice little come back with Vanessa Marcil… the Jax and Brenda characters back together for a little bit. It was a great idea to bring the characters back for the 50th. It's quick but it's exciting."
On today’s Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Jamey Giddens, Jillian Bowe, Regan Cellura and Melodie Aikels dish the 2013 Daytime Emmy pre-nominations, Twitter “secrets” and the latest All My Children, The Bold and the Beautiful, Days of Our Lives, DeVanity, General Hospital, One Life to Live and The Young and the Restless headlines and storylines, including:
Which actors received Daytime Emmy pre-nominations? Who was missing from the list? There are always surprises that leave the DC gang scratching their heads.
All My Children and One Life to Live announce a slew of casting news. Francesca James and Eden Riegel reprise their AMC roles. Soap Killer Chris Goutman is hired by the sudser.
DeVanity served up a shocking third season finale, and the DC crew can’t wait for Season Four.
Julie Marie Berman decides to leave General Hospital. Nancy Lee Grahn provides more Twitter shenanigans. Rick Springfield and real-life son Liam Springthorpe are coming to Port Charles. Ingo Rademacher joins the cast of the upcoming Dancing With the Stars.
Brooke tries to get Liam and Hope married off, but Steffy reveals her big news on The Bold and the Beautiful.
Eileen Davidson guests on The Young and the Restless. Steve Burton will have his first shirtless scene on Y&R. Carmine and Lauren are hot, hot, hot. Did Jill Farren Phelps deliver the “Storm of the Century”, or was it a flop?
All this and much more on today’s Daytime Confidential podcast!