Evening Eye Candy: Cuban Actor And Model William Levy

November 6, 2012  |  
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If I said the name William Levy to you a couple years ago, you probably would have no idea who or what I was talking about. But you can’t keep a good lookin’ a** man down can you? While William Levy was a big heartthrob in Latin America, he finally got some big recognition here in the U.S. when Jennifer Lopez made him her video boo for the visuals of her single, “I’m Into You.” Since then, he’s been on “Dancing With The Stars,” on “Single Ladies” as the delicious Antonio, and in commercials for M&M’s. But who IS William Levy really?

Psych! We’re not interested in all the deep stuff, we just know he looks good and we’re sure you’ll agree, so feel free to drool over the 32-year-old’s gallery of goodness and let us know what you think!

To many, William Levy is considered the Latin Brad Pitt. I’d bet it has to do with the jawline and the smile, but this guy is in a league all of his own, right?

Loving the light eyes, they really pull you in…

But of course, the guy’s body is another thing that REALLY pulls the ladies in, and I’m not mad at those lips. Luscious!

Even the hair is fly. And the arms are just a work of art! Talk about keeping a sista warm at night…


But alas, the smile is the moneymaker. Makes him look innocent, but we know from his stare that he’s sly and seductive…and we love it!


And big ups to Vh1 for giving us the opportunity to see him more via “Single Ladies.” Not really a fan of the show, but I’m a fan of seeing him. And on another note, is there anything more adorable than a doting dad?

So what do you think? Do you like what William is working with? Uh, we sure do, and he needs to get a steady job on my television so I know where to go to get some more of this goodness!

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