Rob Kardashian's "Superman" inspired "Dancing With The Stars" performance brings out his Clark Kent, but the reality star says he doesn't consider himself sexy.
The 24-year-old television personality, and brother to reality star Kim, and Burke, a 27-year-old two-time champion, received 24 out of 30 from the judges for their "Superman" inspired Paso Doble in week four of ABC's hit celebrity ballroom dancing series on Monday (read recap). The pair ended the evening tied for third place with Hope Solo and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
"The judges said all positive things," Kardashian told OnTheRedCarpet.com after the show. "I understand the things I need to work on, and kind of bringing that personality out of whatever dance I'm dancing to. Next week is the Rumba so I gotta be sexy - I hope I can do that ... I don't consider myself sexy."
Kardashian also said he was definitely in touch with his Clark Kent persona after the performance.
"I feel like, Clark Kent with like no glasses," Kardashian joked. "And maybe his shirt off, kind of showing a little bit of his stomach."
Contestant Ricki Lake, known for her work as a talk show host and actress, and professional partner two-time champion Derek Hough earned the top score of 29 out of 30 for their Tango. The pair also received the first perfect 10 of the season by two of the three the judges.
The nine remaining pairs return on Tuesday, October 11 for an elimination episode where the fourth couple is expected to be sent packing. Kardashian and Burke hope to perform the Rumba if they advance to week five.
"We still had a great performance," Kardashian said. "Three eights I'll take all day."check for local TV listings).