William Levy's first dance Monday, the Cha Cha Cha, garnered a perfect 30/30 score from the DWTS judges. On the follow-up Freestyle, he and partner Cheryl Burke scored 29/30. Welsh opera singer Katherine Jenkins scored a pair of 30s; while Super Bowl "star"/Green Bay Packers player Donald Driver tied Will with 59.
Man, oh, man, this is going to be close! Tonight's the night. Will William Levy win? Or will Katherine Jenkins burst into uncontrollable tears, as she realizes this is the high point of her entire career. Countdown... four hours!
In an interview with The Miami Herald today, Levy was deemed "a man in demand." He said that the biggest challenge for him has been "learning all the rules that come with ballroom dancing. When I dance, I don’t like rules." Regarding judge Bruno's racy homo-friendly comments, he adds, "He speaks his mind, and I respect that." And after the show ends, he reveals: "I have projects in the works, but we aren’t able to talk about them at this time. But we will soon." *