'DWTS' Recap: William Levy Isn't the Only Surprise This Season

Week two of Season 14 of Dancing With the Stars proved that this really is one of the better seasons ever. Dancing the jive and the quickstep, some "stars" pulled out as the front runners immediately.

Katherine Jenkins is a front runner, for instance. Who even knew who she was a few weeks ago? But now she is the queen of the dance floor who has actually had tea with the queen. Seriously, she is beautiful, sweet, and multi-talented. That hardly seems fair.

Then there were Roshon Fegan and Chelsie Hightower who also earned a 26 (tying with Jenkins) for their awesome dance. And there was crowd favorite Jaleel White who danced well, but not as well as last week. But no one -- not even the sun -- burned as hot as William Levy.

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"Even fully clothed, you have the ability to dazzle," Bruno Tonioli told the hottie mcSTEAMINGHottie on Monday night after his incredibly sexy dance.

The sexy Cuban soap star is already dodging dating rumors with partner Cheryl Burke, and if it's true, who could possibly blame her? I am not one to swoon over hot boys, but good Lord is he ever sexy.

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That butt! That height! That smile! Swoon. Obviously, there is no way in hell he is going home tomorrow. Even if he couldn't dance (which isn't the case), he is the breakout star.

Burke always gets the hot men. Think Drew Lachey and Gilles Marini. Enough said?

These two have chemistry to last for days, which means he will likely enjoy a long stay on the show. Meanwhile, there is still going to be an elimination. My best guess for now is Jack Wagner. There is no one else who feels like he or she is obviously at the bottom. Maybe Martina Navratilova, who was, to my eyes, the worst dancer.

In some ways, she is a surprise, too. She was such an amazing tennis player, I expected more from her on the dance floor. Alas. Still, it does nothing to stop me from watching.

Somehow, in a season of relative unknowns and people coming out from obscurity, my curiosity has been piqued and my interest is stirred. It's shaping up to be one awesome season.

Who do you think will go home?

 

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