Bridezilla!

Total Divas Recap: Natalya Breaks Down Why Lana's Wedding Was Almost A Disaster

Wedding mayhem! Can we all say Bridezilla?!!! Lana and Rusev arrive in Bulgaria for their second wedding. (The way Lana was acting, I seriously thought there was going to be five weddings!!)  Rusev didn’t prepare Lana for some traditions including a mandatory christening, which takes a bad turn and puts the whole wedding in jeopardy. Lana learns from little old me, (Nattie!) that she has to learn to let go! And she can’t worry about every single little thing at all times. Lana learns that sometimes it’s more than OK to just surrender and stop worrying about all the things you can’t control.

 It’s been such a journey for Nicole with her injury and ultimately her comeback to wrestling. Soon Nicole is forced to make a difficult decision: should she pursue the opportunity to be on Dancing with the Stars, or make her comeback to the ring. Knowing Nicole for over ten years, I know that this girl loves wrestling more than anything. So as cool as it would be to see her on one of my favorite NON wrestling shows: DWTS… it’s even better to have her return to the ring and be my partner in the ring (or be my arch enemy!!!) I’m so glad she came back… we in the wonderful world of WWE, missed her so much.

Eva‘s heart is in the right place and she pushes her sick father Barry to retire and lead a healthier lifestyle, but her intervention doesn’t go as planned. Barry doesn’t want to eat a certain way and let’s face it, when you’ve lived a certain way for 50 plus years, it’s hard to change. Eva learns to accept this and also realizes that her dad wants to be himself and is ultimately responsible for his life and his choices. I can relate and I think sometimes all of us have to just “let go” and realize we can’t fix every problem. It’s hard because we just love our parents so much.

Let the struggle stay real until next week’s episode of Total Divas, which airs on E! every Thursday night.

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