William Levy probably doesn’t have to worry about going home on Latin Week. He should worry more about the ripped-up ligaments in his ankle. But during Dancing With the Stars Season 14 Week 5 rehearsals, he told Cheryl Burke he didn’t want to be the Latino going home on a week devoted to Latin dances.

You could argue that the only reason we had a Latin Week was to show off Loverboy Levy’s skills. After all, he’s already been called “The Latin Brad Pitt.” This week he earned a new title, courtesy of judge Carrie Ann Inaba.

“That was ridiculously amazing,” Carrie Ann said of William’s Argentine Tango. “You are so convincing. All I could think of was ‘The Latin dancing James Bond is in the house!’”

William and Cheryl got a score of 29 out of 30, the same score Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas got for their Argentine Tango earlier in the night — with head judge Len Goodman still not ready to flash his 10 paddle for either couple.

Do you think Latin Week was set up to favor William or was he actually underscored and deserved a perfect 30? Was his Tango better than Katherine’s?

 

 

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