Rob Kardashian Needs to Clean Up His 'DWTS' Act (VIDEO)

Rob Kardashian DWTSOh, Rob Kardashian. Your Dancing With the Stars future is in jeopardy and you don't even realize it. While his mother and sisters are working their well-endowed butts off, Rob has been sitting pretty and reaping the benefits of his last name. I don't care if you're the biggest RK fan around, I'm right about this.

For those who tuned in to Dancing With the Stars this week, I'm sure you were just as surprised that Rob wasn't as bad as everyone anticipated. He definitely has rhythm and most people probably enjoyed seeing him in a tux. But, for some reason, he ended up in the bottom three on elimination night, and I'll tell you why. He's going to need to make some serious changes if he plans on actually winning this thing ...

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1. Drop the obnoxious act. In the behind-the-scenes clips, Rob is constantly snapping at his dance partner, Cheryl Burke, and complaining to her. Joking or not, it's not cute. Making excuses for everything is childish. If you want to step out of your sisters' shadows, man up and just do it.

2. Stop comparing yourself to Kim. You can't brag about being a better dancer than someone who is known as a bad dancer. That's like being the prettiest ugly person; it's not an accomplishment.

3. Become more likable. It's not a surprise that Rob is the least famous Kardashian. DWTS gives him the perfect opportunity to open up and show fans who he really is. Lose the attitude and act like you actually want to be there. Admitting that your mom forced you to join DWTS will not win you any votes.

4. Stop relying on your family. Now, don't get me wrong. I'm not knocking family unity, and I certainly adore the bond that the Kardashian family has, but having a famous family doesn't get you a free ride to the finale. It obviously didn't work for Kim, the most famous Kardashian.

5. Lose the ego. Just from personal experience (I met him in person once), I know he's got one. A big one. All I wanted was a measly picture, Rob. I didn't ask for your first-born!

If Rob cleaned up his act a bit, he could definitely stay in the competition for a few more weeks. Like I said, he's not a bad dancer, and I thought his Viennese Waltz was cute. But at the end of the day, DWTS viewers will vote on who they like the most and who is most deserving of the win, not who nails the dance.

Do you think Rob has what it takes to go all the way?

 

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