Naomi Would Like To Do More Reality Television Following 'Total Divas' Success

Total Divas ended after nine seasons, but the reality show helped bring new eyes to wrestling and put female superstars in the spotlight.

Naomi was one of four women who appeared on every season of the show, taking on a starring role in every season except five. She was listed as a guest star in season five.

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Appearing on the Wendy Williams Show, Naomi commented on the possibility of doing more reality television and the success of Total Divas.

"I love it," she said about the show. "It was one of the most amazing experiences. I was extremely private before Total Divas and very tentative to open up about so many things. What I loved about Total Divas is that it was so raw and real and it really got to capture who we are outside of these characters and really got to peel the curtain back to see as women what we go through in balancing life, marriage, traveling, kids, careers. Fans were really able to relate to us a whole lot more and it drew in people who may not have necessarily watched wrestling, but were into the show and got them more interested in what we did. It was an incredible experience. Bonds were made with each other. Nothing like it."

Asked if she would like to do more reality TV, she replied, "I would love to."

Naomi is currently part of WWE SmackDown and is engaged in a feud with Sonya Deville. On the most recent episode, Naomi thought she was getting a singles match against Deville, but the match never came to fruition as Natalya and Shayna Baszler got involved, leading to Xia Li making her SmackDown TV debut.

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