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Bindi And Terri Irwin Really Want Robert To Go On ‘Dancing With The Stars’

by Ileana Paules-Bronet
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Robert, Bindi, and their mom Terri Irwin are a very close family. After Steve Irwin of The Crocodile Hunter died suddenly in 2006, the family really leaned on each other for support.

Both Bindi and Robert were very young when their father died, but he’d already had a huge impact on their lives. He passed on his passion for animals, conservation, and environmentalism to his kids, and they continue to honor his legacy today.

In October 2018, Bindi, Robert, and Terri started starring on a new reality show on Animal Planet, called Crikey! It’s the IrwinsThe show follows the Irwins as they work and live at the Australia Zoo. The show was renewed for a second season in 2019.

During a recent interview, the Irwins spoke with reporters about their new show and other things that are going on in their lives. Bindi, who won season 21 of Dancing With the Stars, mentioned that she’d love to see her brother, Robert, compete on the show. Terri quickly chimed in that she thought it was a great idea — apparently Robert is a pretty good dancer!

With his bright smile and shining personality, Robert would definitely be a good addition to the cast of Dancing With the Stars. Maybe we’ll see him on a future season of the show!

Watch the video to see the red carpet interview of Robert, Bindi, and Terri Irwin.

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