In 2006, she was a contestant in the 2006 WWE Diva Search, which she won to earn a contract with the company.
Initially appearing on the Smack Down brand, she moved to ECW in January 2007, where, she formed the Extreme Exposé dance troupe with Kelly Kelly and Brooke Adams.
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Divas, and was chosen as the winner by the judges, Nick and Aaron Carter.
Despite this, The Miz, who was acting as emcee, declared Kristal the winner.
Empire Sports claims to be 'satirical website' but the satire is pretty thin here - clearly it was just aiming to go viral with gossip about a much loved star, the story having already received over 100,000 views.
"Being totally honest, I was going into the bedroom feeling completely in the mood.
After both members of Lay Cool had successfully defended the title against Natalya, they faced her in a two-on-one handicap match at Survivor Series, which Natalya won to become the new Divas Champion.
Lay Cool invoked their rematch clause in January 2011, prompting the scheduling of a two-on-one handicap match for the Royal Rumble.
WWE legend The Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway, is very much alive and well, news that no doubt comes to the relief of fans fooled by a heartless hoax death story on 'Empire Sports' that has been shared widely on social media.
The 'news' site, which comes with a disclaimer that it doesn't post real news, wrote: "It has been just under a week since the WWE Hall Of Famer Ultimate Warrior passed away so suddenly.
In January 2010, at Royal Rumble, Layla came out in a fatsuit, mocking James prior to the title match between Mc Cool and James; however, the mockery backfired, as James attacked Layla and used that as a distraction to quickly defeat Mc Cool to win the title.