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(the brawl stuff is a joke LOL)

"Dancing with the Stars"' Tony Dovolani is bandaged, bruised and bleeding on the set of "All My Children"! "The Insider" was exclusively on the set of the hit soap opera when Susan Lucci got her dance partner into a little more trouble than he bargained for.

Did Susan get to into character as infamous 'Erica Kane' and go crazy on her dance partner? Did crazed fans decide that they had seen enough of Tony's rumba? Or did the twosome have a rumble with Kim Kardashian and Mark Ballas, who were in the same building filming their appearance on "The View"?

"Look what Mark and Kim did to me!? Guess they're sore about getting kicked off," joked Tony.

Well fortunately the reason is nothing quite so sinister! The explanation is simple: Tony is getting all gored out to make his debut as an injured patient on "All My Children." The two are certainly switching roles for the day. The dance master has become the soap student!

"I'm teaching her the Jive," said Tony, as Susan fired back, "And I'm teaching Tony how to be a soap star."

To see how Tony fares in the acting hot seat, check out his episode of "All My Children" airing mid-October on ABC. And to see if Susan can jive on down, tune into "Dancing with the Stars" Monday night on ABC.

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