Robert Irwin is ready to follow in his older sister, Bindi Irwin's, dance steps. The 18-year-old animal conservationist is open to the idea of competing on after Bindi won the mirrorball trophy in season 21 of the dance competition show in 2015. «We've gotta do that, don't we?» Robert tells ET's Lauren Zima of competing on the show. «Yeah, I reckon it's about time, eh?»Bindi, as well as her and Robert's mom, Terri Irwin, are both in favor of the teen taking on the challenge. «When he's not wrangling tortoises, he's just dancing,» Terri teases her son. «I'm dancing, yeah, you know me, just constantly,» Robert quips. «You know, he just dances up a storm,» Bindi pokes fun at him. «He does, just look at him!» Jokes aside, Robert is willing to give the show a chance, no matter his skill level. «I'd definitely give it go,» he shares, adding of Bindi, «I reckon you could give me some tips.
I think it'd be a lot of fun.» Terri agrees with the «fun» aspect, saying that her son's performance on a dancing show wouldn't be that far off from that of his late father, Steve Irwin. «I think it'd be like watching your dad dance,» she jokes. «Really entertaining.»«Yeah, entertaining,» Robert agrees, laughing. «I don't know how far I'd go, but it'd be entertaining.»As for Bindi's mirrorball, it has a special place in the Australia Zoo where they work. «This is a mom thing.
OK? This is what I did,» Terri teases of the place of honor that's been built for the mementos. «It's like the Bindi shrine.Read more on etonline.com