William Levy says he is ready to jive next week on "Dancing With the Stars," despite the fact that the dance is foreign to him.

The Cuban stud was praised Tuesday evening on the dance competition as the results were revealed; showing that Levy and his dance partner Cheryl Burke are in it to win it. The dance couple is now in second place, behind British opera singer Katherine Jenkins and her partner, Mark Ballas.

“I don’t even know the dance,” telenovela actor Levy said in regards to the jive. “Even the name. I thought it was drive.”

In the show, Levy is seen celebrating after getting high scores for his dance on Monday to “La vida es un carnaval” by Celia Cruz.

He was hoping to get a perfect 10 from at least one of the judges, which he did from dance expert Bruno Tonioli.

"I was like come on 10!” said Levy. “I love you Bruno!"

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Levy said that dancing for him is about passion and letting loose.

“I got to do it,” said Levy. “[I got to] let it go through [my] veins.”

Burke, who almost fell on the dance floor, was extremely grateful to Levy.

"William was my rock,” Burke said. “I almost slipped but he caught me."

Unfortunately for contestant Jack Wagner, the time to say goodbye came too soon.

Wagner, 52, who once starred in "General Hospital" and "Melrose Place" was eliminated. He performed a samba in tribute to his long lost daughter, who found him last year.

Still, the actor says he has no regrets and is leaving with his head held high. For Wagner, it’s all about “simple gratitude.”

"It was a great time,” said Wagner. “It was fun testing myself.”

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The Tuesday night performances on the results show included a ballad from Grammy-winning singer Seal and Country music trio Rascal Flatts.

Wagner’s partner, Anna Trebunskaya, and her husband performed a dance in memory of their friend with lung cancer. Some of Hollywood’s best male dancers took over the dance floor as well, entertaining the crowd with sleek moves and perfect dance technique.

Tough love judge Len Goodman was sad to see Wagner go and wished everyone would have been saved this week.

“No one deserves to go tonight,” Goodman said.

For the first time, producers gave DWTS co-host Brooke Burke an envelope saving Sherri Shepherd and her partner, Valentin Chmerkovskiy.

Next week, audiences can expect a lot of rock and roll as KISS is set to make a guest appearance.

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