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Dancing With the Stars 2011 SPOILERS: Will Rob Kardashian Win?

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Rob Kardashian started Dancing With The Stars as the pretty boy joker in the pack. Rehearsing was too much effort for him. Then he got some good feedback from the judges and his whole attitude changed. Now he is one of the front runners to win the glitter ball trophy this year.

If you don’t want to read some DWTS 13 SPOILERS for tonight’s program, then stop reading right now. Otherwise, expect to find out the performers for tonight’s show and the dance that Rob Kardashian will perform in order to try to take his dancing to a whole new level.

The youngest Kardashian has certainly emerged from the shadow of his sisters.  He topped the leader board last week with a Superman-themed performance of the paso doble. He has certainly done much better than sister Kim Kardashian, who managed just a couple of weeks on the show.

The Kardashian clan are certainly supportive of Robs DWTS 13 efforts. Every week, a member of his family is in the audience, cheering him on.

“I love the fact that my family is there. It makes me super comfortable. But they all get nervous,” he said,

Now we have reached the season’s half-way point, Rob’s partner, the two-time DWTS champion, Cheryl Burke, is pushing him harder than ever. Kardashian and Burke will dance the rumba tonight. The Bangles will also perform a medley of their hits, including Manic Monday and Eternal Flame.

The chosen dance has been frustrating Rob all week as he says he’s just not sexy enough for the super-sexy rumba. He has found it all quite uncomfortable. But do you think Rob has the sexy dance floor moves for the rumba? Do you see him as the Dancing With The Stars 2011 champion.

Watch Rob Kardashian and Cheryl Burke dance tonight on “Dancing With the Stars” on ABC at 8 ET/7 CT.

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