Katherine Jenkins is going into Tuesday night's Dancing With the Stars finale on solid footing.
The classical vocalist and her partner Mark Ballas earned 10s across the board from judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli for both their Paso Doble and their freestyle dance later on in the evening.
William Levy and partner Cheryl Burke garnered rave reviews for their first performance of the night, a sexy cha-cha which Goodman called "as good of a cha-cha as I've seen in 14 seasons."
The pair didn't fare quite as well during their freestyle, which Burke labeled "the most important dance of all season." Though they earned 10s from Inaba and Tonioli, Goodman deemed the routine "too predictable."
Donald Driver and his partner Peta Murgatroyd earned a 29/30 for their Argentine Tango, but more than made up for it with their freestyle--which earned Driver 10s from Inaba and Tonioli, as well as his first 10 of the season from Goodman.
Each pair will have one last chance to show off their moves during Tuesday night's results show before the Season 14 champion is chosen.
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