'Dancing With The Stars' has rarely been less than saucy this year, so it was only a matter of time before Latin week came around and the remaining contestants really got intimate - and no-one rose to the challenge more than William Levy and Katherine Jenkins who were joint top scorers of the evening. For Gavin Degraw, though, it's surely time to go.
To the success stories first and USA Today reports that Levy was nothing short of a delight, scoring 29 points and amassing an avalanche of the judges 'praise, with Bruno Tonioli admiring his, err, "throbbing intensity." Jenkins meanwhile looked a bit sloppy in practise - and her partner Mark Ballas' genitals were the unfortunate victims of that - but when it came to the night she was once again near flawless, impressing for yet another week and also taking 29 points. Not far behind was Maria Menounos and Donald Driver on 27 points, with Roshon Fegan a point further back on 26.
At the bottom though it was another miserable evening for Gavin Degraw, a man who thus far has only survived on the competition thanks to his legions of fans voting to keep him in every week. After scoring a miserly 19 points though he's surely got to be on the way out. Melissa Gilbert disappointed, too, with 21 points, whilst Gladys Knight had evidently struggled to balance four singing engagements with rehearsals this week and struggled to 22 points.