Don't let her pretty smile fool you. Naomi may be cute, but she's far from being the typical girl next door. That is unless the girl next door knows how to kick your butt.
Streetwise and sexy, Naomi grew up in Orlando, Fla, where she dreamed of being a WWE Diva from a young age. Athletically gifted, she gained her first taste of fame as a dancer for the NBA's Orlando Magic and major hip-hop stars.
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WWE Slammys: Funkadactyls Nominated for Diva of the Year
The 2013 Slammy Awards will air LIVE this Monday on Raw at 8/7 CT on USA Network, hosted by WWE Hall of Famers Jerry “The King” Lawler and Booker T. You will determine the winner of each Slammy inside the WWE App, and the first nominees and presenters have been announced!
Diva of the Year (presenter: Eve)
-The Bella Twins
So head over to the WWE App and vote #The Funkadactyls for #DivaoftheYear!
Without having to deal with huge competition, both in house and out, “Total Divas” pulled a strong viewership number for the Dec. 1 episode on the E! channel.
The Nov. 24 episode of Total Divas pulled the lowest viewership total of the series thanks to stiff competition both in house and out. WWE ran Survivor Series on pay-per-view (PPV) that night and there was a huge Sunday Night Football game between the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs on NBC.
That led to just 0.92 million viewers tuning in.
This past Sunday night’s episode, however, rebounded strongly, in part due to far less competition. The show averaged a solid 1.44 million viewers, a huge jump. That’s without WWE running a PPV and a less interesting football game between two losing teams over on NBC.