Kim Kardashian will be giving a little advice to her goddaughter!
The reality star makes an appearance on Sunday’s episode ofDancing With the Stars: Juniors, where her goddaughter, Sofia Pippen, will be competing for the mirrorball trophy. Sofia, the daughter of basketball star Scottie Pippen in addition to Kardashian’s pal Larsa Pippen, will be partnered with junior pro Jake Monreal. Their DWTS mentor will be Sasha Farber.
“I’m playing Ursula [by The Little Mermaid]. the idea’s going to be hard for me to be a villain in This specific dance because I’m definitely shy,” Sophia tells the camera at rehearsals, shortly before Kim makes a surprise appearance.
“Where’s my godbaby Sophia?” Kim shouts as she makes her way through the door.
As Kim explains, she’s known Sophia since she was a baby, in addition to as a Dancing With the Stars alum herself, she knows exactly what to say to encourage her goddaughter.
“I wasn’t on for very long. The rumba did me under,” she confesses of her appearance on season seven of the series in 2008. She in addition to partner Mark Ballas were eliminated third overall. “I think my shyness definitely hurt me, so I definitely want you to be confident. You just have to like, let the idea go.”
“I feel a lot more confident today which I know which Kim has my back,” Sophia says.
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Kim will be also a big supporter of a contestant on Dancing With the Stars This specific season — 17-year-old Zombies star Milo Manheim. During a recent interview with ET, however, the actor said Kim gave him a few warnings about joining the show.
“So, she doesn’t like dancing as much as I do, in addition to I was like, ‘I’m about to do Dancing With the Stars, tell me, how was your experience?’ in addition to she was like, ‘Milo, the idea’s the worst! Like, you get injured, you feel like an idiot,'” he recalled. “in addition to I was like, ‘OK…” to ensure which was kinda my advice by her.”
Dancing With the Stars: Juniors airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. See more within the video below.