After his dad (Master P) filled in for him on “Season 2”, due to an ankle injury, Romeo Miller finally made his debut on the 12th season of “Dancing With The Stars” on Monday night (March 21), performing the cha-cha with his dance partner Chelsie Hightower.
This clip shows off the young rapper/student’s practice session with his partner, as he learned the new dance … trying to out-do his father’s continuous low scores during his run. Master P holds the title for having the lowest scores on the dancing competition, and Romeo just wants to “bring back his family legacy.”
“If I don’t make it past my dad, I’m not gonna be able to hear the rest of this at home, so I’ma give it 110 percent and I’ll try to bring back the family legacy to ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ ” he said on the show.
In the end, Romeo received mostly positive remarks from the judges, and a 19/30 score.