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AJ Lee's Autobiography Being Turned Into a TV Show

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I was never an AJ Lee stan (just not my cup of tea), but props to her. That's huge!

 

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WOW :cry: I’m so happy for her, fuck :cry:  

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AAAAAAH ANOTHER JOB FOR THEA 

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I only stan legends :clap: 

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Can't wait for an entire episode on why women shouldn't take selfies.

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12 minutes ago, Gavin said:

Can't wait for an entire episode on why women shouldn't take selfies.

Glad you'll be watching. x

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17 minutes ago, Amlex said:

AAAAAAH ANOTHER JOB FOR THEA 

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:ahh:

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the entire fab four breaking into the mainstream, legends.:clap:

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Wow! Queen continues to build her empire. :clap::crying:

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5 minutes ago, Naomella said:

the entire fab four breaking into the mainstream, legends.:clap:

I didn’t even notice. :eek: 

AJ gets a TV Show about her book, Paige gets a mainstream movie about her life and everything with the Bella’s most recently Nikki being a part of Dancing with the Stars. Wow. Another reason why the Fab Four are the true pioneers of the women’s revolution. :clap: 

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Ahhhhhh, my fucking fave making MOVES, I'm so lkgjdglkjdfg :shook: 

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I can't stand Amlex :skull: 

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I hope it's good and gets picked up. A show like this can continue to help break the stigma of mental illness. OMG at her being a writer and EP on this too, Tisch coming through :shook: 

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-Paige wins the Divas title from AJ, the night after WrestleMania in her debut

-AJ wins the title back from Paige, the night after Payback in her return

-Paige wins the title back from AJ at SummerSlam on her birthday

-AJ wins the title back from Paige at Night of champions 1 month later

 

-AJ writes a NY Times best-selling book

-Paige gets a movie based off of her life

-AJ gets a TV Show based off her autobiography

 

 

Even away from wrestling, the hot-potato-ing between AJ/Paige lives on.

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Recently, EUE/Sokolow produced “Genius,” with the series first season following the life of Albert Einstein 

From one Intellectual to another 

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36 minutes ago, Naomella said:

the entire fab four breaking into the mainstream, legends.:clap:

Not tew much with the Bellas 

The diva era really won :cry:

 

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Just now, Slayla said:

Not tew much with the Bellas 

You'd be surprised, I've heard quite a few non-wrestling fans mention them lately. If anything they're probably the most 'mainstream' of the four.:uhh:

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10 minutes ago, Slayla said:

From one Intellectual to another 

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the producers said "we need another show based on a revolutionary"

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oh WOW :shock: i hope it does well! that’s really unprecedented and the content matter is super timely/relevant.

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:crying: 

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xnnx when this blows up and they try to induct her into the hall of fame but Stephanie's number is blocked 

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