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William Levy: Nude Modeling is "So Not Natural"


'DWTS' hunk never felt comfortable in see-through unders

We don't watch a lot of Dancing With The Stars, but that hasn't stopped us from hearing about William Levy this and William Levy that ever since the hunky hoofer first made his way onto the program.

Now Levy, a super hunky if previously unknown actor, is gracing the cover of People magazine with the tagline "The Hottest Man on TV." And while the interview that accompanies it mostly discusses Levy's less than glamorous upbringing and his struggle to make it in Hollywood, it does also brooch the subject of some steamy photos that have surfaced online. (You can see them here. You're welcome.)

"Levy struggled as a newcomer in Miami, dropping out of college because he couldn't afford it--even with a baseball scholarship--and made ends meet as a construction worker making $50 a day. Then, on his way to pay his mother's parking ticket, he walked into a modeling agency and offered his services." The next day, he was working as a model.

Levy claims that the experience didn't sit well with him and he prefers acting--we're not exactly sure how DWTS fits into that category--but for our money, we'll take him as a model any day.

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