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Kardashians Show Major Support For Rob's 'Dancing With The Stars' Debut

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When Kris Jenner puts her mind to something, there's no stopping this mom on a mission. She's managed to make each of her kids into a paparazzo's dream -- although we're never really sure why exactly they're "famous," we're glued to their every scent, sin or single nonetheless. But this time, Robert Kardashian is making moves of a different variety -- on the ballroom floor.

Last night marked the 13th season premiere of "Dancing with the Stars" on which Rob made his Viennese waltz dancing debut alongside pro, Cheryl Burke. And although the pair didn't totally blow the judges away -- they walked away with 16 points, falling into a tied eighth place -- we have a feeling that this season the judges won't be pulling the strings as puppet masters when it comes to voting.

It would be an understatement to say that the Kardashian clan was behind their brother for his first big night. And the raven-haired family's support -- Khloe even previously pledged to drive her little bro to all of his dance rehearsals -- could be the ticket that wins Rob the coveted Mirror Ball trophy. On Monday, leading up to Rob's big debut, the Kardashians were doing full-on recruitment duty -- tweeting and blogging away, urging their fans and followers to support their brother by lending him a "DWTS" vote later that evening.

With Kim's 9.8 million Twitter followers and her sisters' combined 10.3 million followers, it's safe to say that news of Rob's dancing debut was blowing up more than a few Twitter feeds. And that's not including mom Kris Jenner and brothers-in-law Scott Disick and Kris Humphries' fan bases who might also dial in their support for Rob.

Tune into the "Dancing with the Stars" results show Tuesday night to see if the Kardashians really do rule the world.

Check out the krazy amount of Kardashian-Jenner-Humphries-Disick Twitter support Rob Kardashian's "DWTS" debut below:

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