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Top 5 Controversies From Candice Michelle Career 

Top 5 Controversies From Candice Michelle Career
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WWE used to give us a lot of spicy ingredients back in the days of non-PG Era. There was a cutting-edge factor of the programming which is missing these days. A locker room filled up with gorgeous Divas used to give the fans a lot of pleasing treatment to their eyes. Candice Michelle was one of them who earned fame for being an eye-candy Diva.

Debuting in 2004 on the Raw roster, Candice Michelle used to feature in a lot of bra & panties matches, pillow fights and more. Later, Vince McMahon made her even a better Diva figure by forming the Vince’s Devils faction. A lot of things happened between Vince McMahon and Candice Michelle in the backstage area. This earned her the fame of being a sex symbol on WWE TV.

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It is certain from the above comments that Candice Michelle career had tons of controversial things. WWE built her character like that so that she can always be a raunchy figure on live TV. She did it effectively to make a net worth of more than $1 million from a successful career. Here are top 5 of those controversial things from Candice Michelle career span,

Candice Michelle was also known as Go Daddy girl


Candice Michelle became an internet sensation by featuring in an ad for Go Daddy. The company provides internet domains for other organizations hired her for an ad in 2005. It aired during 2005 Super Bowl XXXIX garnering a national attention from the fans. The ad with sexual intentions was a parody of the 2004 “wardrobe malfunction” (where model Janet Jackson exposed her right breast) had tremendous popularity.

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This made Candice Michelle a face of the Go Daddy brand. People used to call him as “Miss” and the “Go Daddy Girl”. She earned more Go Daddy ads after this during 2006 NFC playoffs of SuperBowl XL. It continued till the fourth consecutive Go Daddy commercial for Super Bowl XLII, entitled “White Light” in 2008.

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