It takes patience. William Levy was the last contestant on last night’s edition of ”Dancing with the Stars” and it seemed that the audience was eager to see it, because they couldn’t stopped screaming since his name was announced.
This week it was the quick step, a zero-dance Latinos influence. The actor had his problems getting the correct posture during rehearsals, but once he occupied the dance floor William showed no hesitation or insecurities. A truth that looked like a movie star of yesteryear with his labeling and postage. At the end, again the public got to their feet and cryed out hysterically. So many cries that the judges had to wait to calm down the public to offer their opinions.
“You have the ability to turn this hearing as anybody,” said Carrie Ann Inaba said that she had the technique and posture. The head of the jury, the bitter Len Goodman said he needed more clean footwork and made other reviews that were very booed.
“Even full dress, have the ability to shine. In the second week did the quick step as if you were playing a matinee. I remembered to ‘The Artist’,” said Bruno Tonioli, who clearly has a crush with the Cuban.
Christopher Alexander, the eldest son of Levy, was present and seemed rather annoyed by the deafening cheers and screams. Elizabeth Gutierrez at his side. William Levy and Elizabeth Gutierrez were a couple before the show.
William took a score of 25, which tied him with Maria Menounos and put it behind British singer Katherine Jenkins and Disney kid Roshon Fegan, who scored 26. In this season of “DWTS” scores have been unusually high for the second week. The 9, including thoseled Levy, have been fairly common. William’s partner, Cheryl Burke, promised that ”whilehigher scores, more clothing is removed William”. Tuesday will be known who is going home first.
Are you voting for William?