Nikki Bella Slaps Ex Away After He Tries To Win Her Back

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Nikki Bella had some awkward moments on the newest episode of Total Divas this week when her ex, Dolph Ziggler, decided that flirting wasn't enough and he wanted to take things to the next level.

Ziggler surprised Bella at work and professed his love, ignoring the fact that she's in a relationship with John Cena.

"I can give you kids. I can give you a husband," Ziggler said.

However, Bella wasn't having it and slapped him away when he went in for a kiss, saying she "thought more" of him.

"He had his chance and he blew it. He was not the nicest to me all the time when we were together," Nikki says on the episode.

Nikki and her twin sister, Brie, sat down for an interview recently wearing no makeup and talked about their beauty routines, with Brie saying she doesn't always go the fully made-up look during the day.

"I always feel like for a day look I always like to be more natural, I feel looks better, especially when you have the sunlight on you and you're in and out of interviews, it makes you look more fresh," Brie said.

The sisters also talked about their style icons, saying they loved Kim Kardashian's perpetually "flawless" look.

As far as their reality show and the drama represented, the Bella twins insist that everything viewers see is the real thing...for better or for worse. Brie says that while there are definitely times when the sisters don't want the cameras around, they knew what they were signing up for when they began the hit show, which is now in its fifth season.

"It's definitely 100 percent real. The cameras catch everything going on in our lives from inside the ring to outside the ring," Nikki said recently.

When it came time to make a commitment to the series, Nikki says she had a long talk with Cena about whether or not to share their lives with the world.

"For me it was a tough decision at first because my boyfriend John and I had a talk about it. And we were kind of like, 'Do we want put our private life out there?' John being so private, there was definitely discussion about that. At the end of the day, I know that people are gonna love me and they're gonna hate me but if women can relate to me and feel like they're not alone and learn from my mistakes then, to me, that's a reward, and I love what I do."

Amanda Crum
Amanda Crum is a writer and artist from Kentucky. She's a fan of Edward Gorey, Hunter S. Thompson, and horror movies. You can follow her on Google:+Amanda Crum