Rumer Willis doesn't think too highly of her DWTS competition

Mar 23, 2015 at 3:33 p.m. ET
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If you're placing bets on who will take home the mirror ball this season on Dancing with the Stars, Rumer Willis says you'd better put your money on her.

The daughter of superstars Bruce Willis and Demi Moore told Good Morning America correspondent Cameron Mathison that no one can touch the pairing of her and partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy.

"I don't feel we have a lot of competition. I'm really confident… I think that the heart that both of us have and will put into each dance, regardless of the scores — to me, at least — was most important."

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Do theirs scores back up that mouth? They did on the March 16 premiere, where they earned 32 out of 40 for their foxtrot, the highest of the night.

But the un-Photoshop-able Willis did concede that her confidence can often be her downfall. "I have high standards for myself, which I think is great but, you know, I think, sometimes they can block you from reaching a higher potential. But I think it's always good to strive to be better," she said.

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For his part, Chmerkovskiy is impressed with his partner. "She's very talented. She's got great genes. She works very hard," he said.

The pair will dance the cha-cha tonight, and one couple — probably not them unless the fans really, really hated them — will be eliminated.

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