Search

got a tip? call (866) 667 - 2327 OR

E-mail us a tip

Rob Kardashian Gets His Best Score Yet On DWTS; Kim Skips Show

rob-kardashian-dwts-holloween.png

By Radar Staff

On the same day his sister Kim filed for divorce, Rob Kardashian posted his best score-to-date on Monday’s Halloween-themed Dancing with the Stars, earning 51 out of 60 possible points for his tango to The Addams Family theme with partner Cheryl Burke.

While the entire Kardashian clan is usually in the crowd cheering Rob on, only a portion of the famous family tree — step-dad Bruce Jenner, sister Kourtney, baby nephew Mason and Mason’s dad, Scott Disick — were in the crowd for Monday’s proceedings. (His mother Kris, and sisters Kim and Khloe were not there.)

“I don’t think my family’s creepy,” Rob joked in practice.”But they’re kooky.”

PHOTOS: Dancing With The Stars Season 13 — All The Sexy Cast Portraits

A twist on Monday’ show was that each star was scored on an individual dance and a team dance, for a total of 60 possible points. Team Tango, composed of David Arquette, J.R. Martinez and Nancy Grace, got 23 out of 30 possible points for their efforts, while Team Paso Doble, featuring Ricki Lake, Hope Solo and Rob Kardashian, got 26 out of 30.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com

Halloween night’s other scores were: Lake and Derek Hough, dancing the paso doble as Little Red Riding Hood for 53 out of 60; Solo and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, samba to Werewolves of London, 50 out of 60; Martinez and Karina Smirnoff, tango to Ghostbusters, 48 out of 60; Arquette and Kym Johnson, cha-cha to Abracadabra, 47 out of 60; and Grace and Tristan MacManus, jive to The Devil Went Down to Georgia, 44 out of 60.

Justin Bieber will take the stage to perform two songs when Dancing with the Stars returns Tuesday at 9/8c on ABC.

RELATED STORIES:

Kim Kardashian’s Fake Justin Bieber Tweet Angers DWTS Contestants

Chaz Bono On Nancy Grace: ‘The Two Of Us Just Fell In Love With Each Other’

Maksim Chmerkovskiy: ‘I Have Nothing To Apologize For To Len’

blog comments powered by Disqus