Fans of Latin soap actor and Dancing with the Stars finalist William Levy would love to see him play the steamy and mysterious Christian Grey in the movie version of E L James' erotic novel, 50 Shades of Grey, so Extra host Mario Lopez asked him if he would be interested.
Season 14 of Dancing with the Stars crowned its winner on Tuesday. Super Bowl-winning Green Bay Packers wide receiver, Donald Driver, and pro dance partner Peta Murgatroyd went home with the mirrorball trophy.
RECAP: 'Dancing With The Stars' Finalists William Levy, Katherine Jenkins and Donald Driver Strut Into Finals
Maria Menounos was voted off Dancing with the Stars last week, leaving William Levy, Donald Driver, and Katherine Jenkins to duke it out for first prize and the Mirrorball trophy. The first dance on Monday night's Dancing with the Stars episode was the judge's pick, followed by the highly anticipated freestyle dance.
Season 14 of Dancing with the Stars could only take three celebrity contestants to the finals, which meant bad news for Extra host Maria Menounos. Despite earning a perfect score on Monday night's episode, Menounos and partner Derek Hough were eliminated Tuesday.
ABC's Dancing With The Stars was ruthless this week, choosing to eliminate not one but two of its stars from the competition. Disney Channel actor Roshon Fegan and Little House on the Prairie actress Melissa Gilbert, after a long run of ups and downs on the 14th season of the popular dancing show, were both sent home.
He's been gradually dancing his way to the top of the Dancing with the Stars leaderboard all during season 14, but on Monday night's DWTS installment, Cuban actor William Levy, 31, fox-trotted right into a perfect 30/30 score with his partner, Cheryl Burke, leaving fellow contestants Roshon Fegan, Maria Menounos, Donald Driver, Melissa Gilbert, and Katherine Jenkins not too far behind, with scores that ranged between 26 and 29 — with, surprisingly, the formerly favored Jenkins coming in at the bottom of the scoreboard.
Seven weeks into Season 14 of Dancing with the Stars, the remaining contestants — favorites Katherine Jenkins and William Levy, as well as Maria Menounos, Roshon Fegan, Jaleel White, Melissa Gilbert, and Donald Driver — got their dancing shoes on for Classics Night after virtuoso violinist Joshua Bell opened the show.
Music legend Smokey Robinson, 70, kicked off Tuesday's Motown-themed episode of Dancing with the Stars with "Tracks of My Tears" and then passed the torch to Martha Reeves, 70, who sang her hit "Dancing in the Street.
If anything proves the dedication of the Dancing with the Stars contestants, it's the number of injuries they sustain competing for the coveted Mirrorball trophy. This week, overnight sensation William Levy added his name to the list of celebs who have suffered injuries on DWTS, including Melissa Gilbert and Maria Menounos this season alone, not to mention former contestant Jennifer Grey, who had to undergo surgery for a ruptured disc after her Season 11 DWTS victory.
Week four of ABC's Dancing with the Stars, "Rock Week," left wide receiver Donald Driver on top, former favorite Katherine Jenkins sinking to a frightening fourth place on the leaderboard, and Melissa Gilbert hobbling to the hospital! Gilbert got through her paso doble and ended up with some respectable reviews, despite her disappointing overall evening score of 22 out of 30.
Former Melrose Place star and Heather Locklear fiancé Jack Wagner was sent home from Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, in a results show that was difficult to predict, given the all-around high quality of dancing that the ABC show's 14th season has seen.
Martina Navratilova, a nine-time Wimbledon tennis champ, was the first to get the boot from Dancing with the Stars' 14th season on ABC. Navratilova and professional dancing partner Tony Dovolani found themselves in jeapordy along with rocker Gavin DeGraw and his partner Karina Smirnoff.
Despite a stellar premiere last Monday, the new contestants on Season 14 of Dancing With the Stars are starting to polarize, with celebs like Katherine Jenkins, William Levy, Jaleel White, and Roshon Fegan on top, and the unfortunate Melissa Gilbert, Gavin DeGraw, and Martina Navratilova trailing.
Dancing with the Stars judge Bruno Tonioli may have jokingly criticized contestant William Levy, 33, on Monday night's episode for being "overdressed," but now he can feast his eyes on some nude pics of the Cuban-born Levy that were taken back in 2007.
It was a night of highs and higher highs on the Dancing with the Stars leaderboard on Monday night's Season 14 premiere, with frontrunners Jaleel White, 35, (partnered with Kym Johnson) and Welsh opera singer Katherine Jenkins, 31, (dancing with Mark Ballas) nabbing tying first-place spots with scores of 26.