Ingo Rademacher Is 'Sore, Tired' But Fine with His DWTS Elimination

Ingo Rademacher wasn’t wiping away any tears over his Dancing with the Stars semi-finals elimination on Tuesday night.

“I’m really happy that I don’t have to learn two or three of those dances [next week],” the actor told PEOPLE just after his dismissal, while attending the show’s 300th episode celebration at Boulevard 3 nightclub in Hollywood.

Ingo Rademacher Goes Home on Dancing with the Stars

It was frontrunner Zendaya who had the surprise slip-up on Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars semi-finals, but at the end of the evening, it was Ingo Rademacher who ended up at the bottom of the leader board.

With the three other remaining contestants ending the night with near perfect scores, Rademacher, whom judge Carrie Ann Inaba called “the underdog,” was at a disadvantage with a mere 51 points out of 60 for his and partner Kym Johnson’s samba and Charleston.

Karina Smirnoff Sent to Hospital for Neck Injury at Dancing with the Stars Rehearsals

Dancing with the Stars: Did Sean Lowe Survive Another Week?

Were Sean Lowe’s fans able to save him from being eliminated on Tuesday night’s Dancing with the Stars?

On Monday, the former Bachelor star failed to impress the judges with a pair of foot-fumbling routines that put him at the very bottom of the leader board with 42 points out of 60.

Soap star Ingo Rademacher trailed not too far behind with 48 points for the night.

Dancing with the Stars Threesome Night Delivers 10s & a Judge's Meltdown

Three’s a crowd?

Hardly for one competitor, who snagged the season’s first perfect 30-point score on Dancing with the Stars on Monday.

The trio of 10s came appropriately enough on threesome night, when the stars each teamed up with two pros for the second round of dances.

The trio dances added complexity and sass – and at one point had one judge melting down in an angry clash with his colleagues.

Dancing with the Stars: Who's Heading Home?

Week after week of consistently low scores haven’t spelled the end of the road for Dancing with the Stars competitors Andy Dick and Sharna Burgess. But is their time finally up?

Dancing with the Stars: Alexandra Raisman & Mark Ballas Join 10 Club

The ballroom heated up on Monday night’s Latin-themed Dancing with the Stars.

Seven weeks into the competition, almost all of the remaining couples came up with impressive routines. But it was Alexandra Raisman and Mark Ballas who landed their first 10s of the season, with a salsa that Len Goodman – who gave the pair a nine – called, “tasty and refreshing.”

Dancing with the Stars: Did Andy Dick Survive Another Week?

It was another week of low scores for Andy Dick and Victor Ortiz, who performed on Monday’s Stevie Wonder-themed episode of Dancing with the Stars.

Dick and partner Sharna Burgess struggled through an 18-point samba and earned 25 additional points for their group dance as part of Team Samba. And Ortiz and partner Lindsay Arnold failed to impress the judges with their rumba, which earned 18 points. They later added 22-points as part of Team Paso.

Dancing with the Stars: Kellie Pickler Is Back on Top

Dancing with the Stars: Andy Dick Stays Put, D.L. Hughley Goes Home

On Monday’s Dancing with the Stars, frontrunner Zendaya earned the first 10s of the season and Karina Smirnoff performed with ex-fiancé Maksim Chmerkovskiy for the first time since their split.

But for Andy Dick and D.L. Hughley the night was a repeat of hearing harsh critiques from the judges.

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