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Heading into Monday's performance finale on Season 14 of Dancing With the Stars, it was anybody's game. Heading into the final results show, it still is!Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd

The most evenly-matched final three in history lived up to that billing, finishing within a single point of each other after six great routines.

Let's revisit them all, shall we?

Head judge Len Goodman said that William Levy's show-opening cha-cha was as good as any he has seen in 14 seasons. He got a 30 for it.

There was no less love for Katherine Jenkins' paso doble, which Len said was "full of tasty tidbits to tickle your taste buds." Crickets. 30.

Donald Driver fell short - by a single point - in merely scraping together 10s from Bruno and Carrie Ann Inaba for his Argentine tango.

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All three remaining celebrities are worthy, but there can be only one winner of Dancing with the Stars Season 14, which comes to an end next week.

Katherine Jenkins, William Levy and Donald Driver might well be the least-known trio of finalists in DWTS history - at least heading into the season.

That said, they've made names for themselves over the past few months, and each has been as likable as they are talented out on the parquet.

Who will prevail? Let's size up the last men (and woman) standing:

William Levy and Donald Driver

William Levy

The Cuban Brad Pitt, also described by co-star Jaleel White as a one man Bachelorette party, is the blueprint of who/what does well on DWTS.

He's sexy. He's smooth. He uses his physical attributes well and he's earned the spot in the finale with solid, if unspectacular, dance moves.

William also seems like a humble guy with a great back story that people flock to. No one would be surprised if he hoists the Mirror Ball.

Odds of winning: 2:1.

Donald Driver

Aside from the fact that he's incredibly ripped, you'd never guess Driver were an NFL player. He's courteous, affable, smart and a good family man!

Donald hasn't been on top much this season, but he's been one of the most consistent dancers in the field. He hasn't had one bad night, really.

He's got some name recognition as a Super Bowl champion, is extremely likable, loves every second of the show and is our dark horse pick to win it.

Odds of winning: 3:2.

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With the competition down to the final two weeks, tension was running high on Dancing with the Stars, and seemed to overwhelm one top contestant.

A seemingly minor misstep at the end of a solid routine left Katherine Jenkins in tears. The question on every concerned viewer's mind was why?

Their salsa – their second routine of the night – saw the opera singer stumble, a mistake that barely resonated with the judges, but left her bawling on stage:

"That was just fantastic," said Carrie Ann Inaba, who awarded a nine. "I'm sorry at the end. But I just love seeing you push your boundaries."

The other judges also gave her nines, but with the finals a week away, the miscue left poor Jenkins in tears. "I'm sorry, Mark," she told her partner.

It was unclear what exactly caused the crying from Katherine - who also scored a 29 in her first dance, a quickstep - until later in the evening.

Afterward, she was heard saying, "I don't know what happened." She later Tweeted: "I'm with the Doctor, he says it was a reflectorical spasm in my lower back."

Nerves and pressure may have contributed to her tears, but no one realized at the time how much physical agony she was in. What a fighter.

In any event, she's still in this thing, as no more than three points separate all the contestants on a night that saw near perfection in the scoring.

"This is going to be the best semi-finals ever," proclaimed Len Goodman.

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With the semifinals just one week away and a double elimination on tap tonight on Dancing with the Stars, the pressure was on Monday night.

Underdogs Melissa Gilbert and Roshon Fegan needed to step up big time in order to stay out of jeopardy tonight, and one just may have.

Neither could touch the Cuban Brad Pitt, however.

In the first round Monday, William Levy and Cheryl Burke landed atop the leader board with a high-energy foxtrot that earned a perfect score.

"You bring these performances to life," Carrie Ann Inaba said. "There was care in technique and flare in the movement," added Len Goodman.

In a close second were Fegan and Chelsie Hightower, who barely survived last week. Their foxtrot earned 29 points and had Bruno Tonioli gushing.

"The sweetest of sweethearts," he called them.

After earning a perfect score last week, Maria Menounos and Derek Hough earned 28 points for what Bruno called an "amazing" Viennese waltz.

Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd's tango earned 27 points. Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas picked up 26 points for their Viennese waltz.

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Is Dancing With the Stars heart throb William Levy having an affair with waitress Grace Roubidoux, leaving girlfriend Elizabeth Gutierrez out in the cold?

Probably not, but the tabloids have apparently moved on from Jaleel White.

Levy’s girlfriend Gutierrez, with whom he has a child, is reportedly giving her ex another chance after cheating on her "at least 40 times," In Touch reports.

That same celebrity gossip magazine reports that he not-so-shockingly returned to his philandering ways recently with hostess/aspiring actress Roubidoux.

William Levy Pic

The 25-year-old denies any wrongdoing. Alleged sources aren't so sure.

“Grace and William hooked up last week,” a friend of the Kate Mantilini greeter, who often goes by the stage name Carolyn Hayver, tells the publication.

“He told her to keep quiet about it; he didn’t want Elizabeth to find out.”


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He's sexy. He's a Cuban soap star. He's got the moves. And he's shirtless.

With all those things going for him, it's a miracle anyone on Dancing With the Stars even shows up to compete against William Levy. But Green Bay Packers star Donald Driver isn't about to hand over the Mirror Ball trophy just yet.

In fact, he might give William a run for his money in an "ab-off."

William Levy and Donald Driver

William Levy's sexy, abs-baring salsa routine with partner Cheryl Burke on Monday's DWTS episode was a sign that the showdown is on, Driver says.

"William knows the ladies love us, but they love him a little bit more because he took his clothes off," Driver told People. "I haven't taken my clothes off yet."

I'm going to pace myself and talk to the wife; if the wife agrees then I'll take it off."

Disney star Roshon Fegan, 20, agrees, saying Levy's display "makes it personal ... I've got my eye on William and whatever his secrets are – working out in the gym, super-duper protein shakes – I'm gonna get me some muscles."

A worthy goal, but for now, it's Donald vs. William in this hunk-a-thon. Which DWTS star do you think is ... well, hunkier? Cast your vote below!


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Just had William Levy the Mirror Ball now.

Okay, that is premature, with so many weeks to go on Dancing With the Stars. The Cuban soap star has already taken America by storm, though, and his salsa on last night's show made both the audience and the judges go wild.

Seriously. LEN was freaking out:

Levy and Katherine Jenkins may have been the least known DWTS cast members heading into the season, and also the two best dancers of the group.

William's skill was evident in the way he led Cheryl. Most of the other male contestants, even good ones like Jaleel White, are still guided by the pros.

The Cuban Brad Pitt, who ended up in sole possession of second place on last night's Dancing With the Stars scoreboard, will be very tough to beat.

Would you cast a vote for William and his good looks, smooth moves and compelling life story? Would you not? Tell us in the comments below ...

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