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William Levy Can't Keep His Hands Off Cheryl Burke On 'Dancing With The Stars' (VIDEO)

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After earning the nickname "The Latino James Bond" last week, William Levy returned to "Dancing With the Stars" last night with more intrigue and sex appeal than ever before.

It was Motown Week last night, but that didn't stop the Cuban telenovela hunk and his partner Cheryl Burke from turning in their sexiest, raunchiest performance ever on "Dancing With the Stars".

Burke, who famously ripped Levy's shirt open during a steamy Salsa dance a few weeks ago, couldn't keep her hands off the Cuban actor on last night's show, caressing his face and pulling up his shirt to show off his 12-pack abs.

But, she wasn't the only one getting handsy.

William couldn't take his hands off his dance partner either--he spent most of the performance with his hands on her waist and thigh. The sexy couple ended their performance with William lying on top of Burke horizontally. Caliente!

"William. Absolute and utter filth -- and I loved every minute of it. I'm telling you, there are some ladies there in a frenzy," said judge Bruno Tonioli. "Please don't jump off the balcony. You two are wild for sex," he said. And judge Carrie Ann thanked William "on behalf of all of the women out there."

But Judge Len Goodman wasn't a fan of the performance, calling it "a little bit on the raunchy side."

William fared well overall, earning a score of 27/30.

CHECK OUT THIS SLIDESHOW ON WILLIAM LEVY THROUGH THE YEARS!

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