Bindi Irwin’s mother Terri reportedly wants an image makeover for her daughter as six-figure offers have started pouring in for the “Dancing With The Stars,” or "DWTS," contestant. After Irwin's breakout success in the dance reality show, the teen and her mother are also looking at mansions to buy in ritzy gated communities like Bel-Air and Beverly Hills to serve as an official Hollywood base for Irwin.

“Terri’s looking for U.S. representation for Bindi in preparation for the big TV pilot audition season,” a source said to New Idea magazine. The insider added that Irwin is already taking dialect classes so she can master the American accent. “The plan is for Bindi to forge a Hollywood career,” said a source close to the family.

In addition to changing her accent, the teen is also reportedly planning to ditch her outback image of khakis and no makeup for a glam look. According to sources, the 17-year-old has found getting dolled up for “Dancing With The Stars” “liberating.” Her mom, Terri, is already in talks with stylists and image consultants to re-brand Irwin, Nine MSN reports.

Irwin, who made her American television debut last month on "DWTS," has been a big hit with the show’s judges and audience. She and her dance partner Derek Hough are currently on top of the leaderboard with 28 points. The partners recently performed a contemporary dance to “Every Breath You Take” by Aaron Krause f. Liza Anne.

The Australian star also paid tribute to her dad, Steve Irwin, who was popularly known as "The Crocodile Hunter," through her dance, Wetpaint reports. The teen broke down in the arms of her partner after the dance routine. Several American media outlets have already dubbed her a “frontrunner” to win the show.

Irwin's mother has assured a senior staff of their Australia zoo, where the teenager has spent her life, that the 17-year-old's L.A. stint is only temporary. Sources said that the family does not want to miss out on the opportunity at international fame that is coming Irwin’s way. However, Australia will always be home for the teen.

The Logie award-winning teen has been regularly appearing on TV since she was little, which started with her late dad's iconic adventure series, “The Crocodile Hunter.” She went on to host her own children’s documentary series, "Bindi the Jungle Girl." She also had her own game show, titled "Bindi’s Bootcamp."

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