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Steve Irwin's 18 year old daughter Bindi paid tribute to him on Instagram, ten years to the day since he was killed by a stingray.
Steve Irwin’s daughter Bindi has paid tribute to her late father by posting a video of herself wrestling a crocodile, ten years to the day that he was killed.
The 18 year old actress, who won last year’s ‘Dancing With the Stars’, shared a short clip of herself and a team of conservationists and wildlife experts, are seen approaching the huge croc from the side before pinning it down – a method used to capture them for the purposes of protecting them from being hunted.
Irwin is a finalist in the ABC dancing competition which ends on Tuesday (November 24th).
Bindi Irwin paid an emotional tribute to her late father 'Crocodile Hunter' Steve Irwin during the first part of 'Dancing With The Stars’' two night finale on Monday evening. Irwin and her partner Derek Hough danced a freestyle routine to Leona Lewis’ ‘Footprints in the Sand’, scoring a perfect 30 from the judges and advancing on to night two.
Bindi's contract was submitted to a court as she is a minor, but the judge has apparently been living in a cave for the last decade.
She’s dazzled TV audiences with her performances on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ over the last few months, but a legal issue is preventing Bindi Irwin from claiming her payment. A judge has reportedly ruled that she must prove her father, Steve Irwin, is actually dead before receiving the money.
A report from TMZ suggests that a Superior Court Judge in a Los Angeles court has stated that Bindi must provide evidence of her father’s death before she is paid. Her contract for payment, estimated to be $230,000, was handed to a judge as a matter of law and procedure, as Irwin is a minor at 17.
Bindi Irwin must apparently prove her father's death before she can get paid her fee for 'DWTS'
She even managed to top her 'Dirty Dancing' routine.
We didn't think Bindi Irwin could possibly get any better on 'Dancing With The Stars' following her perfect 10 performance of 'Dirty Dancing''s '(I've Had) The Time of My Life' rumba on week 6, but now we've seen her Halloween Night showdown - and boy were we wrong.
Who knew Bindi Irwin could be so scary?
Our hearts literally melted when Derek Hough lifted Bindi into the air during their routine on 'Famous Dances Night', and no-one was surprised when they scored the maximum 40 points. The dancing duo have come out on top for the second week in a row with another set of full marks for their Argentine tango performed to the song 'Cry Little Sister' by Gerard McMahon, taken from cult horror 'The Lost Boys'.
'Dancing With The Stars' just moves us to tears.
It's no surprise that Bindi Irwin and Derek Hough landed full marks on 'Dancing With The Stars' last week. It was 'Famous Dances Night' and, while they may have gone for the obvious option, their 'Dirty Dancing' inspired performance was utterly mesmerizing. But what can we expect from this Sunday's Halloween Night?
Bindi Irwin smashed it with her 'Dirty Dancing' routine
Bindi is best known for being the daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, and for presenting the Discovery Kids show 'Bindi the Jungle Girl'. She's been a favourite to win for the whole competition, having come out on top (or drawn) in three different nights, and now the talented Bindi has managed to land a full forty marks for her memorable 'Dirty Dancing' routine with Derek Hough. They absolutely smashed their way through '(I've Had) The Time of My Life', right from the very beginning when Derek declared 'Nobody puts Bindi in a corner!' in reference to the 1987 movie.
Three couples danced their way to perfect scores on last night’s edition of ‘Dancing With The Stars’.
The competitors on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ recreated some of the most iconic dances last night (Monday October 19th) as three couples gained a perfect score and one pairing was sent home packing. Joined by guest judge Olivia Newton-John, last night’s episode contained many ‘wow’ moments and one big lift that, luckily. went off without a hitch.
Bindi Irwin channeled Dirty Dancing on last night’s ‘DWTS’.
Gaining a perfect 40 for their Singing in the Rain-themed jazz routine was Andy Grammer and his pro partner Allison Holker. After their routine judge Bruno Tonioli declared, "For many people this is considered to be the best musical of all time. It takes balls to take that on. You succeeded.”
The 17 year old and her pro partner look like they’re having the time of their life rehearsing for Monday’s ‘Dancing With The Stars’.
Bindi Irwin and her ‘Dancing With The Stars’ pro partner Derek Hough are set to pay tribute to classic 80’s movie, Dirty Dancing on Monday’s edition of the ABC show. The pair have been practising hard for the upcoming routine, even taking to the water to really get the feel of Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey's characters.
Bindi Irwin wants to use “different avenues” to spread her father’s message: “standing up for those who cannot speak for themselves.”
Bindi Irwin is impressing audiences and judges as a competitor on Dancing With The Stars. In a recent interview, Bindi revealed that she had a very good reason for deciding to go on the show. 17-year-old Bindi is determined to honour her father by spreading his message – the importance of protecting animals and their habitats – through “different avenues”.
Bindi Irwin leaving rehearsals for Dancing With the Stars Los Angeles, September 2015.
Bindi Irwin may currently be in Los Angeles, rehearsing for ‘Dancing With the Stars, but her thoughts are with her family in Australia. The 17-year-old posted a moving Instagram post in which she remembered her father, Steve Irwin, on Australia’s Father’s Day.
Bindi Irwin remembered her late father, Steve Irwin, almost 9 years to the day since his tragic death. Irwin took to Instagram to share a picture of her father on Sunday (6th September) and included a touching caption. Her post also coincided with Father’s Day in Australia.
Bindi Irwin at the Discovery Channel's 30th anniversary party in New York, June 2015.
An Oscar nominee, a Real Housewife and a celebrity chef are among the contestants for the ABC dancing competition.
The full line-up for this season of Dancing With The Stars has been announced, with the celebrities already being paired up with their professional partners. The show’s 21st season will see thirteen celebrities compete for the coveted mirrorball trophy, which was last won by Rumer Willis and partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy in May.
Gary Busey is among the celebs competing on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ this season.
Oscar nominee Gary Busey announced he had signed up for the show during an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel' Live on Tuesday, where he arrived in the studio dressed as a cowboy riding a white horse. Busy will be teamed with pro Anna Trebuskay.
Continue reading: 'Dancing With The Stars' Announces Season 21 Line Up
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