The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star actually competed on the ABC dancing competition back in 2011, and nearly won the Mirror Ball Trophy, but he and his pro dancing partner Cheryl Burke came in 2nd place.
Since Rob’s stint on DWTS, a lot has changed – like Rob’s weight, and on top of his 100 pound weight gain, Rob is allegedly battling depression and drug addiction.
She won the third season of Dancing With The Stars while dancing with NFL legend Emmitt Smith.
"I may turn off a bigger percentage of people than I keep around," the 14-time Dancing With the Stars pro, 36, tells Us Weekly. Cheryl Burke: The last time on the show, with Antonio Sabato Jr., I remember feeling really worn-out and not wanting to be there. She began as a ballet dancer but later changed to ballroom dancing, in which she excelled.In season thirteen of Dancing With The Stars, she and Rob Kardashian surprised many people by finishing second.The series also made celebrities out of the Kardashian sisters.Though he initially planned to study law, he didn’t apply to any law college after graduation and instead decided to pursue an alternative career as a reality TV star and businessman.Rumors have been swirling for months now that ABC had approached Rob and asked him to come back and he was seriously considering it – he desperately wants to lose the weight that he has gained, and he thinks that another round on Dancing With The Stars would do the trick. Rob is a great guy and although I haven’t seen him in a while, we had an amazing bond and friendship.” How awesome would it be to see Cheryl Burke helping Rob Kardashian out in the DWTS rehearsal room?