For Immediate Release
WWE Diva Search Exposed: Former Diva Alexis Tells All to National Lampoon
In an Exclusive Article, “National Lampoon’s Strip Poker” Costar Leilene Gives the Inside Story on the WWE
LOS ANGELES, Calf.: When 2005 Diva Search contestant Alexis was eliminated from the WWE this past Monday night, her first move was changing her name back to Leilene – the name she goes by in “National Lampoon’s Strip Poker,” which is currently airing on Video on Demand nationwide, and will be available on Pay-Per-View towards the end of July. Her second move was writing a tell-all article about her tenure with the WWE, available exclusively on www.nationallampoon.com.
Among her shocking revelations:
The truth about the infamous diva “nipple slip” on live TV – and why the WWE was so prepared!
The behind-the-scenes tension between the wrestlers and the divas!
The lack of wrestling knowledge and wrestling experience by the WWE writers!
Problems with the online Diva Search voting!
Which Diva Search contestant received a negative reaction from the veteran wrestlers on July 11!
What all the Diva Search contestants and the top WWE superstars are REALLY like backstage!
And much, much more!
To read Leilene’s exclusive article, please click this hyperlink.
For exclusive photos of Leilene that are FAR too hot for the WWE – including her trailer, which features nudity (not work safe) – please visit this link.
“National Lampoon’s Strip Poker” is currently airing on Video on Demand nationwide, and will be available on Pay-Per-View towards the end of July. For a complete list of broadcast times, please contact your local cable provider
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