Total Divas has been through a lot of cast members through the series’ run on the E! Network. Some Superstars have left the show only to return later, but it doesn’t make it any easier to Lana.
While speaking to Chasing Glory, Lana revealed that she is no longer on Total Divas and it was heartbreaking to hear. Lana said during Royal Rumble Axxess, she met so many fans who thanked her for being an inspiration on the Total Divas show. However, Lana knew in the back of her mind that her time on the show is over.
Through tears, Lana spoke about how much she will miss it. She was told by fans that she is an inspiration for those who are told they can’t do something, but they fight for their dreams anyway. Lana said she started breaking down and crying during her signing because of this.
Lana and Rusev were told by Kevin Dunn that they might get a spin-off, however the E! Network performed focus group testing where it was determined that the couple is not liked.
Lana will miss being a part of the show, but she will miss the platform she was given more. This is a curious decision seeing how much of the plot and drama on the show revolved around Lana’s relationship with the rest of the cast and her marriage with Rusev.
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I've just watch that show whenever there are gratuitous bikini scenes
I wonder if they are gonna replace them, they are running out of women to put on that show. Alexa, Mandy and Carmella only lasted one season, I think Lana lasted 2. I remember Peyton saying that she was interested but I don't know if they are gonna put someone who barely makes it to tv. I suppose they could also put Liv or Sonya, but I can't think of anyone else, since all the Horsewomen said no.
I have to ask, and I'm not being sarcastic: why do people watch shows like that?
I watch The Handmaid's Tale, Veep, and Raw/SD.
I watched season 1....maybe 2. Not sure how far i got honestly. I think i stopped because show was less available in Canada...or maybe i got busy. I may have watched an episode here and there since.
But i really enjoyed it. I'm a WWE lifer and it was fun to see wrestlers/divas in non-kayfabe, in real life.
I mean you mention handmaid's tale...i've never watched it personally. But let's say you do, and let's further say you're one of the biggest fans of that show EVER. Wouldn't it be cool for you to see some of the backstage interactions of those characters as they're filming...maybe you find out 2 actors who are best friends in the show really hate each other irl, or that one got a really bad injury but managed to power through, etc..
I mean, it's not exactly must watch tv - but for wrestling especially where everything is always kayfabe, i found it refreshing to see some of the performers in a more real setting.