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DWTS, Rob Kardashian: I’m Going To WIN!

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What a difference a little praise makes. A few positive comments from Dancing with the Stars 13 judge Carrie Ann Inaba and now Rob Kardashian has been transformed from a total slacker into someone who believes he can win the whole competition!

Now Rob Kardashian thinks he has a good chance of winning the DWTS 13 glitter ball trophy.

After Rob danced the jive on Monday, Carrie Ann said,

“It’s official. Rob Kardashian is a better dancer than Kim Kardashian!”

Now, in itself, that is fairly muted praise. Rob’s sister Kim Kardashian was eliminated after week three of last year’s pro-celebrity dancing competition.

But it seems to have done wonders for Rob Kardashian. His attitude has done a complete 180 degree turn from a week ago, when he was basically a slacker doing anything but train. He flat out refused to train more than two hours at a time before he got to last week’s show, whereas most of his competitors are putting in more than twice that twice and effort.

Now Rob Kardashian is hitting the gym daily, practicing harder than ever and sucking up to his professional dance partner and teacher Cheryl Burke, bringing her lunch every day. He wants to go all the way to the DWTS 13 final and win the glitter ball trophy.

So what do you think to Rob Kardashian’s chances of lifting the Dancing with the Stars 2011 glitter ball trophy with his professional dance partner, Cheryl Burke.

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