'Dancing With the Stars' All-Star Season Needs at Least One Kardashian

kim kardashian rob kardashianThis past season of Dancing With the Stars had to be about the best yet -- hands down. It was interesting, entertaining, and there was true competition between the contestants in the ballroom for sure. Between Donald Driver's big win, Katherine Jenkins' natural talent, and William Levy's sexy dance moves, the only way season 14 can possibly be topped is if producers pick the perfect cast for the upcoming All-Star season. And if they're smart, they'll add at least one Kardashian into the mix.

Honestly, how can you have a Dancing With the Stars All-Star edition without Kim Kardashian or her brother Rob Kardashian coming back to shake it one more time? The show needs an added element of drama to really draw viewers in -- and nobody is more dramatic than the Kardashian crew.

Advertisement

And apparently the DWTS producers aren't stupid, because they've supposedly already approached Rob and Kim about coming back. OMG. Two Kardashians in one cast? How fun would that be to watch?

More from The Stir: Rob Kardashian Gave Us a Big Shock  on 'DWTS'

Of course, Rob is a bit more All-Star material than Kim. He came in second place on his season, whereas Kim was the third person to be sent home during her turn on the show. But still, Kim is a pretty big deal, and she'd make for huge ratings, especially since she's way more famous now than she was when she originally appeared on DWTS.

Producers allegedly like the idea of creating a sibling rivalry between these two, adding an additional element of competition. Can you imagine if they both get cast and make it all the way to the finals? Now that would be one serious showdown. But would Kim even stand a chance against her bro considering he almost won the mirror ball trophy on his season? If nothing else, it would be lots of fun to watch her try.

Do you think the Kardashians should be cast on DWTS All-Stars? Who else would you like to see be part of the cast?

 

Image via Frederick M. Brown/Getty

Read More >