WWE’s Barbie Doll, Kelly Kelly has turned a year older, today. Perhaps the most gorgeous Diva to ever step into the foot inside the squared circle is celebrating her birthday.
Born in 1987, she turned 34. The good news is that she started the year by hinting that there’re still some chances that we could see her back in competition in the WWE, down the road. But as of now, she is enjoying her time with friends and families.
As seen through her Instagram stories, Kelly Kelly was served with a lavish birthday bash at her residence in Los Angeles, California by her close friends and fiancée. She mentioned this to be the best celebration ever wrapped with loads of gifts and loves from near and dear ones.
She could also be spotted cutting her birthday cake, perhaps at the open ground of her home. This is a blessed time indeed in the middle of a pandemic.
Kelly Kelly 34th birthday: Check out pictures and videos
You can see glimpses of her birthday bash as given in the article. We can only guess more such celebration is kept as the day progresses. For those who don’t know, Kelly Kelly revealed on Instagram back in June 2020 that she got engaged to Joe Coba who proposed to her on top of a heel in California.
She noted that she met her future husband in 2019 at a dog park and knew it was love at first sight. The two are planning to tie the knot and having children, down the road.
Kelly Kelly left WWE in the year 2012 and has since made a few appearances for the company. She most recently wrestled in the women’s Royal Rumble match in January 2020. She was part of the Evolution battle royal back in 2018 as well as the Raw reunion night in July 2019.
In a recent Q&A session, the diva with real name Barbie Blank also used the ‘never say never’ phrase regarding a WWE return. But she is not going to wrestle, full-time for the company.
Previously, Kelly Kelly talked to Lilian Garcia’s Chasing Glory Podcast, on leaving the professional wrestling circuit at the age of just 25,
“”I never got to grow up really,” Kelly stated. “When I retired, I was 25. I was in a relationship and he was on the road, since he played hockey, and I was like what do I do with my life? What do I want to do? I became like a housewife. I was cooking and I was taking care of his two daughters. It was fulfilling, but I needed something for me. Luckily WAGS (the television shown on E!) came, and that really helped me transition. I wouldn’t have known what to do if it wasn’t for that show, because I was so bored.” (Quotes courtesy Wrestling INC)