William Levy rumbas his way into Motown Week on 'Dancing with the Stars!' (VIDEO)
Tonight was the kick-off to Motown Week on Dancing with the Stars and all the contestants had to embrace their soulful sides--including our favorite Cuban heartthrob, William Levy. After tying for first place last week, Levy and partner Cheryl Burke once again brought the heat with a sensual rumba, falling into second place with a 27 out of 30.
"Definitely everyone is expecting me to bring a lot of heat, a lot of sensuality, so let's see what I can do," said Levy during rehearsals. And that he did! Dancing to Smokey Robinson's track "Being With You," the duo showed off their crazy chemistry with a slow and ultra streamy dance.
"Absolutely utter filth and I loved every minute of it," shouted judge Bruno Tonioli who was the only one to award him a 10. And Carrie Ann Inaba also wasn't immune to the heat. "On behalf of all of the women out there, thank you for doing that," she said, although she also admitted that it wasn't his best performance. However, conservative judge Len Goodman wasn't such a fan, calling it too "raunchy" for his taste.
Towards the end of the episode, all of the couples also had to perform a second dance in the cha-cha Motown Marathon. One by one, each team was knocked out by the judges, earning a different number of points depending on how long they lasted. Levy and Burke brought their A-game to that challenge as well, becoming the second to last couple to get taken out and earning 9 out of a possible 10 extra points to bring their score to a total of 36.
The episode also featured some other cool highlightings, including performances from The Temptations and Smokey Robinson! Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas who tied with Levy last week once again delivered great performances, maintaining the top spot with a total of 39.
Tomorrow, two couples will enter the second ever Dance Duel but by the looks of his two dances tonight, Levy will most likely be safe once again!
What did you think of Levy's performances tonight?
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