Former WWE Diva Christy Hemme has revealed that she is now pregnant and expecting quadruplets.
Hemme posted the news on her YouTube channel.
"So, I am pregnant, yay! Been trying for a long time — very, very excited. But I'm not just pregnant with one baby," Hemme said, in her video. "And I'm not pregnant with two babies, no. Or three babies, no, no, no. I am pregnant with quadruplets!"
Hemme is now 15 weeks pregnant and says that her pregnancy is considered high risk, since she is over 35 years of age. Because of this, she will be spending a lot of the pregnancy in her bed, which makes sense given the fact that she has four babies growing inside of her.
Hemme already has one child, a girl that she gave birth to in 2015.
The 36-year-old Hemme was the first woman to win the WWE's inaugural Diva Search back in 2004. She ended up getting a one-year contract with the WWE that paid her $250K. Not bad at all for one year of wrestling. Hemme only stayed with the WWE until 2005. She then left for TNA Wrestling, which is now Global Force Wrestling. She only wrestled for a few years and then retired in 2009. Hemme then worked as a ringside announcer up until last year.
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Before wrestling, Hemme pursued a modeling career after relocating to Los Angeles, California. She started off by joining a dance team called "The Purrfect Angelz," which performed at motorcycle rallies and Easyrider tours.
Her modelling career also landed her appearances in Playboy, Maxim, Rolling Stone, as well as Stuff. She also appeared in a music video for a Trace Adkins song called Chrome, Honky Tonk Badonkadonk, and in videos for the bands Blink-182 and Sonic. She has also been in commercials for AT&T and TrimSpa, as well as being the spokesmodel for Hawaiian Tropic as well.
With her modeling career taking off, Hemme ended up becoming a part of the cast for Comedy Central's The Man Show.
On top of all that, Hemme actually played professional football in a women's league for the Chicago Bliss. She was the starting quarterback and led them to the Lingerie Bowl in 2006.