Kris Jenner's husband is ready to follow the footsteps of his stepchildren Rob and Kim Kardashian in competing on the show, claiming, 'I could do a good job.'
Another member of the Kardashian clan is up to hit the dance floor of "Dancing with the Stars". After Rob and Kim Kardashian, their stepfather Brune Jenner also expresses his desire to join the dancing competition.
"They've never approached me," the 61-year-old former track and field athlete opened up to Lifeline Live before quickly adding, "but I would do it." The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star, who stopped playing football after suffering a knee injury, gushes, "I could do a good job. It'd be right up my alley."
In the meantime, Bruce will be seen in "DWTS" ballroom to support Rob. "I have lots of children. Every night I gotta support somebody. Right now he [Rob] needs my help," he shares about his role for his children.
Talking about a positive influence the show brought to Rob's life, Bruce reveals, "Rob's never danced a step in his entire life. ... To go out there on live television and go totally against your personality and let yourself go? That's not easy. I'm really proud of him."
The motivational speaker additionally believes that Rob "could go pretty far" because he "exemplifies what the show is all about. The total non-dancer who goes all out." He goes on reasoning, "The girls are all tweeting. We probably have 15 million followers."
Rob will return on "DWTS" performance night this Monday, October 3 with the other nine remaining contestants. In his last dance, judge Carrie Ann Inaba praised him as a better dancer than his sister Kim.