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The Beautiful People
Stable
Members Velvet Sky
Madison Rayne
Lacey Von Erich
Name(s) Angelina Love and Velvet Sky
Velvet-Love Entertainment
The Beautiful People
Mi Pi Sexy (Mi∇⦵)[1]
Former
member(s)
Cute Kip (2008–2009)
Angelina Love (2007-2009)
Debut December 2, 2007
Promotions TNA
IWA[2][3]
NEW[4]

The Beautiful People is a villainous alliance of professional wrestlers, currently consisting of Velvet Sky, Madison Rayne and Lacey Von Erich. Their characters are portrayed as arrogant blonde Barbie dolls, whose main goal as a team is to "cleanse" the TNA roster "one ugly person at a time", based on their belief that their physical appearance is superior to all others.[5][6] The stable currently holds the TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship, with all three members defending it under the Freebird rule.

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History

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Velvet-Love Entertainment (2007–2008)

Angelina Love and Velvet Sky made their Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) debuts as fan favorites. At the Turning Point pay-per-view in 2007, Love and Sky were placed into a tag team named Velvet-Love Entertainment (although often shown in chyron and announced as simply Velvet Sky and Angelina Love). At Turning Point the newly formed tag team defeated O.D.B. and Roxxi Laveaux.[7] In March, Roxxi had a premonition about their safety which they ignored and offered Roxxi a makeover to apologise.[8] On the March 13 edition of Impact!, Roxxi resisted their attempt at a makeover at which point they attacked her, smeared makeup on her face and became villains.[9]

The Beautiful People

Giving makeovers (2008)

Adopting the personas of superficial prima donnas who loathe and insult anyone they consider to be physically unattractive, they dropped the Velvet-Love Entertainment name and became The Beautiful People. The two added another factor to their gimmick by placing brown paper bags over their opponents' heads, and using hair spray to blind them.[10]

In 2008 at Lockdown, both participated in the first ever "Queen of the Cage" match, which was won by Roxxi by defeating Love in the finals.[11] The following month's pay-per-view, Sacrifice, saw a Battle Royal where the last two in the ring competed in a Ladder match with the loser having their head shaved; the week before on Impact! Gail Kim won immunity in a Shears-On-A-Pole-Match.[12] The Makeover Battle Royal-Ladder Match saw Kim and Roxxi survive the Battle Royal and with Kim having immunity this meant the third runner-up, Angelina Love, would have her head shaved if Roxxi won. Knowing this, Love interfered in the Ladder Match segment to ensure Kim's victory and Roxxi's head being shaved bald. While all the Knockouts looked on sadly, some crying, Love and Sky paraded around celebrating with Roxxi's freshly shaved hair cementing them as villains in one of TNA's most controversial moments.[13]

The Beautiful People continued to harass the fan favorite Knockouts, including ruining Kim's chance at winning the TNA Women's Knockout Championship, injuring her[14] and unsuccessfully attempting to shave ODB's head too.[15] This led to a Street Fight on June 5 between Sky and ODB, during which Mickie Knuckles (later re-named Moose) debuted as The Beautiful People's ally on Impact!.[16] At Slammiversary the new trio lost in a six-woman tag team match against Roxxi, ODB and Kim when ODB pinned Moose.[17][18]

Alliance with Cute Kip (2008–2009)

On July 18, Sky won a ten-Knockout Battle Royal to earn a shot at the Knockouts Championship.[19] However she failed to win the match, afterwards her and Love assaulted champion Taylor Wilde, putting a paper bag over her head.[20] Their bad luck continued when The Beautiful People main evented the July 31 Impact! in a losing effort to Wilde and Kim.[21]

The Beautiful People holding paper bags and hair spray.

On the August 14 edition of Impact!, Kip James was introduced as the team's "fashionist" under the name Cute Kip.[22] As Sky had failed to win the title from Wilde, Love was given a chance at No Surrender. The following week on Impact!, The Beautiful People tried to intimidate Wilde before No Surrender, by attacking her backstage.[23] Love and Wilde competed in a beauty pageant which Love lost after losing the evening gown and talent contest segments.[24] Love also lost the title match at No Surrender.[25] While Sky and Love had been focussing on Wilde and her title, Kip had begun a feud with Rhino. This feud ended in defeat for the Beautiful People, with them losing to ODB, Rhaka Khan and Rhino at Bound for Glory IV.[26] Their feud with ODB spilled out into an alliance with Booker T who hired The Beautiful People to protect his wife, Sharmell, from ODB. During her match with ODB in exchange for his locker room on the December 4 episode of Impact!.[27] This resulted in a six-woman tag team match at Final Resolution against ODB, Wilde and Roxxi, which they lost.[28]

Also in December it was announced on TNA's website that the company had extended an invitation to United States Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin which The Beautiful People looked forward to as they considered her husband to be attractive.[29] A Governor Palin parody character, often referred to simply as The Governor, appeared on December 4 played by Shannon Spruill.[27] Love and Sky were oblivious to The Governor being an imposter, resulting in some comedy skits where Kip tried to convince them they were being fooled while others mocked their stupidity. The Governor, meanwhile, convinced the duo that they would have a makeover that would make them worthy of her cabinet; the makeover involved frumpy clothes, no make-up and unstyled hair. On January 15, Taylor Wilde and Roxxi revealed that it had all been a ruse to humiliate The Beautiful People who, in Wilde's opinion, were making a mockery of TNA's women's division and reminded them "we are not Divas. We are Knockouts." After this they had mud dropped on them from the ceiling.[30] The following week, The Beautiful People attacked Spruill until Kip stopped them after a sufficient beating.[31] On February 5, The Beautiful People exacted revenge on Roxxi and Wilde in a tag team match and put paper bags over their heads but The Governor made the save.[32]

Mi Pi Sexy (Mi∇⦵) (2009)

Madison Rayne (center) joined in March 2009 to make the sorority Mi∇⦵.

Wilde's rivalry with The Beautiful People continued when Wilde teamed with debuting Knockout Madison Rayne on February 26, but Rayne turned on Wilde in the tag team match giving The Beautiful People the win.[33] With Rayne's help, The Beautiful People won a Four Corners Tag Team match against Awesome Kong and Raisha Saeed, Rhaka Khan and Sojourner Bolt and Wilde and Roxxi.[34] On the March 12 edition of Impact!, Madison Rayne was formally revealed as an initiate to Mi Pi Sexy (Mi∇⦵) (the newly formed sorority of the group),[35] but lost her initiation match.[36] Love and Sky continued to be referred to as "The Beautiful People", but when Rayne accompanied them, they were referred to as "Mi Pi Sexy". Some time later, the term "Mi Pi Sexy" became a nickname, thus being only used on occasion on television.

The Beautiful People began the hazing of Madison Rayne on March 19's Impact, which began with her helping them clip The Governor's hair after Rayne lost her match.[37] Mi Pi Sexy would fight against Wilde, Roxxi, and The Governor at Destination X, despite the numbers being even with the acquisition of Rayne, The Beautiful People failed to defeat their opponents.[38] Monty Sopp, who played Cute Kip, was removed from television prior to Destination X to become a road agent, meaning his departure from the stable. This was explained on-screen by Sky, who stated that Kip was on probation before declaring he would be spoken about no more.[39]

Rayne's hazing continued after The Beautiful People won an Impact! tag team match against Kong and Saeed, after which Rayne tried to cut the braided hair of the Knockout Champion Kong.[40] With Sky in her corner, Angelina Love faced Kong and perennial nemesis Taylor Wilde in a three-way cage match for the Knockout Championship at Lockdown. Love narrowly escaped a somersault leg drop from Kong, and as she was recovering Love pushed her towards the cage while Sky pulled her frayed hair through the holes in the cage and tied her to it. With Kong unable to move from the cage, Wilde dove onto Love with a cross body press and legitimately knocked her unconscious with her knee. As she recovered, Wilde attacked Kong, allowing Love to roll-up Wilde for the pin and win the Knockout Championship.[41] The following week on Impact!, Mi Pi Sexy had a celebration with male dancers and named Madison Rayne an official member of the Beautiful People. However the celebration was cut short by Kong.[42] Kong continued her attack on Mi Pi Sexy and proved her dominance by making her way through Rayne, Sky and Kip, who Love brought back to stop her, in stretcher matches on the following weeks of Impact!.[43][44][45] Despite this, at Sacrifice Love retained her title against Kong.[46]

On May 28, Love defended her title again against Sojourner Bolt with all of her associates at ringside. After quickly defeating Bolt, Love questioned why Cute Kip was still appearing with them and officially fired him from the group. After this Love made a speech about the dominance of The Beautiful People and mocked the lack of competition in TNA. This led to the debut of Tara who laid out both Sky and Rayne and used her Widow's Peak finisher on Love, before accepting the challenge.[47] At Slammiversary, Tara had her chance at the title but with the help of some hairspray from Sky and Rayne, Love retained the championship.[48] Tara, whose name alludes to the tarantula spider, began taunting the group with tarantulas over the next few weeks on Impact![49][50], which resulted in Sky voicing her frustration about Love leaving her alone with the tarantula and threatening to leave the group, if Love didn't back her up.

Rayne was paper bagged after being evicted.

Consequently when Tara defeated Sky and threatened to place a tarantula on her, Love agreed to put her Knockout Championship on the line immediately afterwards, and without Rayne for support, Love lost the championship.[51] The following week Love demanded, and gained a rematch but was laid out with the Widow's Peak from Tara.[52] At Victory Road, Love almost lost her match when she was accidentally blinded with hairspray, but kicked out and later pinned Tara despite her foot being under the bottom rope, to win back the Knockout Championship. Later in the evening the referee was seen leaving Rayne's shower, with the implication she had seduced him to officiate the match in Love's favour.[53]

After all three failed to win a Battle Royal to become a member of Main Event Mafia, the group were seen mocking ODB and her associate Cody Deaner.[54] A six-woman tag team match between all of Mi Pi Sexy against Tara, Kong and ODB turned into a three-on-one handicap match when Tara and Kong began to brawl between themselves. After a kiss from Deaner at ringside, Love was stunned and lost the match.[55] It was later announced that at Hard Justice, the Knockout Championship would be on the line in a tag team contest between The Beautiful People against ODB and Deaner. After more mistimed hairspraying from Rayne, ODB won the title by virtue of Deaner pinning Love.[56] On the August 20 edition of Impact!, Madison Rayne was kicked out of Mi Pi Sexy for costing Love the title, being assaulted and paper bagged by them.[57]

The Meanest Girls (2009–present)

The debut of Lacey Von Erich.

On September 3, Love was released from her contract with TNA due to problems with her visa.[58][59] She, however, appeared on two more weeks of Impact! due to tapings being held before her release. During these episodes, Love and Sky took part in the tournament to crown the inaugural Knockout Tag Team Champions. The Beautiful People defeated Madison Rayne and the returning Roxxi in the first round.[60] The following week they defeated the team of Tara and Christy Hemme to advance to the finals of the tournament, after Hemme was hair sprayed in the eyes by Rayne. After the match Rayne joined Love and Sky in the ring and extended an apology to them, written on her brown paper bag. They accepted Rayne's apology and hugged in the ring.[61] At No Surrender, the announcers explained Love's departure due to "business issues". Rayne replaced Love and teamed with Sky in the tournament finals where they lost their championship match to the team of Sarita and Taylor Wilde.[62]

On the October 1 episode of Impact!, The Beautiful People apologized to the TNA fans and Knockouts for their behavior, blaming their past actions on Love. They invited the Knockout Tag Team Champions, Wilde and Sarita, down to the ring to prove their apology was genuine and expressed their desire for a competitive match at Bound for Glory. The Beautiful People shook their hands, but then attacked them. As they began to lose the advantage in the assault, Lacey Von Erich debuted and took out Wilde and Sarita. The three then posed in the ring, welcoming Von Erich into The Beautiful People.[63] The three then won their first match as a team, defeating ODB, Tara and Kong,[64] but lost their Tag Team title rematch at Bound For Glory.[65] On the October 22 episode of Impact!, The Beautiful People began appearing in backstage segments they dubbed as their reality show "The Meanest Girls", an allusion to the 2004 teen comedy Mean Girls. In the pilot episode, The Beautiful People attacked Wilde and Sarita at catering, and engaged in a food fight with The Beautiful People coming out on top.[66] In the sequel, which aired on the November 5 edition of Impact!, the Beautiful People attacked ODB, setting up a six knockout tag team match at Turning Point for both the Women's Knockout Championship and the Knockout Tag Team Championship.[67] At the Pay-Per-View the Beautiful People were unsuccessful, as ODB pinned Rayne to win the match for the reigning champions.[68]

Going into 2010, the group were met with a familiar face on the January 14 edition of Impact! when Angelina Love made her return, observing Sky and Rayne in a tag team match from the crowd. After the match, Love attacked Sky and Von Erich, telling Sky it was a mistake to replace her.[69][70] On the March 8 Monday night edition of Impact! Rayne and Sky defeated the teams of Love and Tara and Sarita and Wilde in a three-way match to win the vacant TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship, after interference from Daffney.[71] The three members of the Beautiful People will defend the titles under the Freebird rule.[72]

In wrestling

The Beautiful People as the TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions.

Championships and accomplishments

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