In the wake of the being eliminated from Dancing With The Stars, former All My Children star Aiden Turner (Ex-Aiden), talks to ABC Soaps In Depth regarding his stint on the show. Regarding fan support Turner said,
Without them, I probably would have gone home the first week. I thought I had a few weeks left as far as the fan votes [were concerned]. Edyta said that I was getting better each week. READ MORE
Former All My Children star Aiden Turner (ex-Aidan Devane) was voted off ABC's Dancing With The Stars on Tuesday. The actor-turned dance competitor was joined by Niecy Nash in the bottom two before being eliminated.
Check out former All My Children star Aiden Turner arriving at the cast practice studio for Dancing With The Stars on Saturday, along with fellow DWTS competitors Chad Ochocinco, Cheryl Burke, Chelsie Hightower, Derek Hough, Edyta Siliwinska, Jake Pavelka, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Nicole Scherzinger and Niecy Nash.
There are some new writers at 'All My Children.' Is there a chance we could see Aidan Devane again?
I'd definitely entertain the idea if they ask asked me to come back to do a stint of however long. There's been no offer on the table thus far, but I love the character. I really enjoy working with the crew and the rest of the talent on that show. I had a great eight years. I know the head writer who wrote me off is no longer with them. I'm sure there's some great story they could muster up for Aidan Devane.
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We Love Soaps: What lessons did you learn from your time on ALL MY CHILDREN that you can apply now?
Aiden Turner: The lesson I learned from ALL MY CHILDREN that I can apply to DANCING WITH THE STARS is dealing with the grueling schedule of working on a soap - working all day at the studio, learning a new script at night, then going in the next day and doing it for the cameras. That's a great lesson I took from ALL MY CHILDREN that I'm using here. Whether you're tired or sick or injured, you just keep going. You keep working at it. You get out of something what you put into it. The harder you work, the better you are as a person.