By Randall Rosario
William Levy landed a perfect score by judges Monday night in Dancing with the Stars, thanks to his foxtrot. He did so well that Len Goodman, who is considered to be the Simon Cowell of the show, praised the telenovela superstar for how he and partner Cheryl Burke performed. Goodman said “I like it!” The other judges were thrilled as well to see Levy at his best. Carrie Ann was all smiles. She said “All I can say is meow, meow, meow, that was like a super hot sexy pink panther. Your moves are exquisite.” Bruno Tonioli agreed and said he has great character. William couldn’t believe his eyes when he received a perfect score. Levy was surprised. “That was amazing, oh my God; I have to see that again!” he said. He also gave thanks to his partner Cheryl for all her hard work and pushing him, for his consideration he even got her flowers for her birthday. “Cheryl has been such a great partner, thank you for putting me through this,” He said. He received the highest score of the evening, in both rounds of the competition. It came at the best time for William; Tuesday night couples will be eliminated. In the second round of competition couples became trios by adding an eliminated dancer as a member. All the stars brought their “A” game, especially Levy. Him and partner Burke where teamed up with the Dancing champion Tony Dovolani. Levy was up for the challenge, he said “It was very tough, dancing with a professional guy is more challenging, but I love challenges. If I can hold up with Tony I think the judges will be really impressed.” And come to no surprise they definitely were. Inaba said “It was a pretty thing to watch.” Then Goodman followed up saying “I salute you, you did a good job.” The judge said he really stepped up especially when he danced like Zorro. The competition was close but he capped the night off by coming in first place with a score of 57 (out of 60) points.