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The Adorable Way Bindi Irwin's Little Brother Is Helping Her Prep for Dancing With the Stars
Bindi Irwin's family isn't known for their dancing skills, but that isn't stopping her younger brother, Robert, from offering help as she prepares to compete on season 21 of Dancing with the Stars.
"My brother Robert – he's 11 now – he sat me down the other day and very seriously told me, 'Bindi, I'm going to give you some tips for when it comes to dancing. I have some great ideas for you,' " the daughter of the late Steve Irwin says in the latest issue of PEOPLE. "I said, 'Okay. Thank you.' "
Bindi Irwin: How I'll Honor My Dad on Dancing with the Stars
Bindi Irwin says she's "thrilled" to be competing on season 21 of Dancing with the Stars, but she's even more excited for the opportunity to pay tribute to her father, the late Steve Irwin.
"My dad will always be with me in spirit," the 17-year-old says in the latest issue of PEOPLE. "Embarking on this journey, I really want to make him as proud as possible."
Irwin may not have to work too hard to surpass her dad's skills on the dance floor – "He didn't have any extraordinary moves," she admits – but she's hoping his spirit of adventure will shine through her as she competes for the Mirrorball Trophy.
Bindi Irwin starts stiletto training as she prepares for Dancing With The Stars debut
She's just been revealed as the first contestant set to samba and jive her way into living rooms on the upcoming series of Dancing With The Stars US.
But while Bindi Irwin is no novice in front of the lights and the cameras, one thing she will have to get used to are the teetering high heels that comes with the job.
The 17-year-old daughter of late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, will be swapping her khakis and boots for an altogether more glamorous get-up on the reality series and is already training her feet for the change.
Bindi Irwin can wrangle crocodiles like it's nobody's business, but trying to walk—and eventually dance—in high heels? Crikey, that's some tough stuff!
The 17-year-old daughter of the late Steve Irwin and Terri Irwin will be competing in season 21 of Dancing With the Stars, though, and she's not letting any fancy footwear mess up her chances of winning. That's why, actually, Bindi's already practicing getting around in some sophisticated shoes.
On Monday, the teenage conservationist Instagrammed a picture of her heeled black booties—and yes, that's a thick, low heel, but it counts. Bindi admitted she was "still trying to get used to wearing heels," adding endearingly, "Girls In Heels right now, reading this- I have major appreciation for you. Love, The Girl Who Mostly Lives In Khaki & Boots x"
When Bindi Irwin was first asked to participate in the new season of "Dancing with the Stars," she was floored.
After all, dancing has been a hobby of the conservationist's since she was a little girl in Australia.
"Living in a zoo means it wasn't always sparkly dresses but I would still dress up. I had this pink sparkly dress and fairy wings and I'd put those on and then go and dance in the zoo," she recalled in an interview with ABC News. "My best friend was a magpie goose and my magpie goose would follow me around and we'd dance in the zoo together. Then I'd be covered in mud! My poor fairy dress - my mom has washed it more times [than I can count]!"
· Stephanie on 18 August 2015 15:36:47 ·
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MP hopes Bindi Irwin will help plastic bag ban campaign
The campaign to ban plastic bags from Capricornia's beautiful beaches is poised to receive a massive boost with the potential involvement of one of Australia's best-known wildlife warriors Bindi Irwin.
Mrs Lauga approached Bindi to be the high-profile face of the Ban Plastic Bags campaign, which is driving an e-petition to encourage legislation to ban the bags that are a killer for wildlife and waterways.
She said Bindi would be a wonderful ambassador for this campaign, given her genuine love of the natural environment demonstrated through her personal work at Australia Zoo and her media campaigns.
· Stephanie on 17 August 2015 12:07:57 ·
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Crocodile Hunter: Madame Tussauds wax figure shows off Steve Irwin’s charisma
CRIKEY! Joggers and tourists enjoying the Sydney sunshine this week did a double take when the unmistakeable figure of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin made an appearance at the Harbour.
Closer inspection of the khaki-clad figure, complete with a large python draped across his shoulders, revealed it to be the latest creation from the wax artists at Madame Tussauds Sydney.
The sculpture of Australia’s most recognisable wildlife warrior, who died in 2006, shows off Irwin’s charismatic smile in his trademark shirt, shorts, socks and desert boots — clothing which was donated for the sculpture by his family.
“We were thrilled when Madame Tussauds approached us to create Steve’s wax figure,” said the late Crocodile Hunter’s wife Terri Irwin.
“As a family we are continuing Steve’s legacy at Australia Zoo and carrying on where Steve left off with his global conservation work with Wildlife Warriors.
“The team at Madame Tussauds has done an incredible job with the figure. I’m truly amazed at how much work has gone into making his likeness as authentic as possible. His wax figure will help keep Steve’s memory, and his mission to protect wildlife and wild places, alive. ”