When it comes to teasing the WWE Universe, perhaps no one does it better than Kelly Kelly over on her Instagram account. She is a certified Instagrammer who has made it a tradition of posting bikini or lingerie photos to keep her fans entertained, all the time. The ex WWE Superstar also has some connection with lingerie brand promotion which is the reason why these hot photos keep on coming.
This actually helps her to continue with her exhibitionist character from WWE TV from back in the non-PG era. Kelly Kelly is the only Diva to get her own exposing show on ECW television named Extreme Expose. She earned a huge babyface character by taking off her clothes on a random basis which was carried forward, later in her career.
Now she keeps on doing such show-off sessions on Instagram. In the latest, Kelly Kelly shared a number of lingerie photos while promoting a particular brand. As you can see, she posed in purple lingerie from that brand to showcase her toned body with the caption saying, “Moral of the Story: Get yourself a Capricorn [lips emoji]”
The spree of posting hot photos continued on social media as she posed in green and red number’s as well. This time, she shared a little glimpse from a shoot that will be exclusive on her Patreon page. Hence, she sent an invitation for gaining more subscribers, “All new photo shoot just posted on my Exclusive content page!”
Kelly Kelly was hated for her on-screen character
As noted above, Kelly Kelly rose to stardom with her exposing segments on national television. It happened when she was just at an age of 19. While most of the hardcore wrestling people loved her on-screen character, there were some people who obviously didn’t like that exhibitionist persona.
In an interview with Chris Vin Vliet, Kelly Kelly admitted to having a lot of hatred from the WWE Universe. But she managed to ignore them and continue enjoying her character,
“I just got so much hate. After every match or after every time I was on TV I would look on my phone and I was like, ‘Oh my gosh. [It was] ‘You’re terrible, you suck, you’re a whore, you’re this.” So you just take it after a while with a grain of salt and you just get used to it. As people got to see my character and they got to see the real me, I didn’t have to deal with it as much.” (quotes courtesy Wrestling INC)