05/18/2012 02:14 pm ET Updated May 18, 2012

'Dancing With The Stars': William Levy Will Win, Predicts Carrie Ann Inaba (VIDEO)

There are only three contestants left on "Dancing With The Stars": William Levy, a Cuban-American actor and model, Donald Driver, a wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers, and Katherine Jenkins, a Welsh opera singer.

"DWTS" judge Carrie Ann Inaba sat down for an interview with "Good Morning America" (weekdays, 7 a.m. ET on ABC) host Lara Spencer, and gave her prediction of who will win Season 14's Mirror Ball Trophy ... sort of.

“Well just judging on how the audience reacts when William Levy walks into the room, I’ve seen nothing like it in seasons past,” Inaba said. “I think he’s got a great shot because I think those fans are in love, love, love with him."

Inaba went on to clarify that Jenkins has the best technique, but that she really couldn’t commit to picking a winner. It will all depend on the final performances, she claimed.

Bloggers and viewers throughout the world are making their predictions and putting in their two-cents about the final three participants. The general consensus is that all three left in the running are incredibly talented. Buddy TV recently lamented, “It's almost a shame that someone has to win "Dancing with the Stars" Season 14. They're all so good!”

But others are a little bitter about the three finalists. A blogger for Time Magazine expressed her frustration about Maria Menounos’ elimination, after Menounos and her partner received a perfect score on her final night dancing. She went on to say, “Come back next week for the finale when three people you probably never heard of before this show started dance for a trophy no one wants in their living room.”

"Dancing With The Stars" ends next week. The final performances will be on Monday night at 8 p.m. ET and the results and finale will be on Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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