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The official logo of the 2007 WWE Diva Search.

The WWE Diva Search was a talent competition held by World Wrestling Entertainment. The first winner was Jaime Koeppe, but she did not receive a contract like subsequent winners of the contest. Other winners included Christy Hemme, Ashley Massaro, Layla El, and the final winner Eve Torres. In addition to the winners of the yearly contest, WWE has hired several contestants as Divas.

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2003

In 2003 WWE had its first Diva Search. However, unlike the later Diva Searches, the first Diva Search winner did not receive a contract. She did receive a photoshoot for an issue of WWE Magazine. Jaime Koeppe was named the first WWE Diva Search winner.

2004

Christy Hemme: 2004 Diva Search Winner.

Contestants

Notes

Former Diva Search contestant Candice Michelle on Raw

In 2004, WWE decided to make an extension of the Diva Search, which included a one-year contract worth $250,000 and was held on Raw.[4][7] Over 7,000 females applied to be a part of the contest.[1] The final ten contestants were chosen on a casting special aired on Spike TV on July 15, with guest judges Triple H, Randy Orton, Chris Jericho, and Edge.[7]

They began airing the weekly Diva Search segments on July 19.[4][7] Despite reported claims by the company that the contest would be handled in a classy manner, the contest involved prospective divas performing suggestive acts on live television, such as "seducing" a male wrestler. Fans were allowed to vote for the winners,[4] but the outcome of the voting process was questioned by media outlets. The eventual winner of the competition was Christy Hemme, who went on to pose in Playboy and compete at WrestleMania 21.[2]

Finalists (winner Hemme, runner-up Carmella DeCesare, Amy Weber, and Joy Giovanni)[5] took part in a segment titled "Diss the Diva" on August 16, 2004,[8] which was censored at several points due to foul language and obscenities from the contestants when they were asked to taunt one another verbally. Backstage, the four contestants bickered with and disliked each other, as well.[5] Also, during an earlier segment in the competition, Maria Kanellis gave DeCesare the middle finger.[6]

Despite only one winner being crowned in the competition each year, WWE hired a large number of the contestants from past contests and immediately placed them in on-camera in non-wrestling roles. From the 2004 Diva Search, Michelle McCool, Amy Weber,[5] Candice Michelle,[7] Maria Kanellis,[6] and Joy Giovanni all received contracts after losing the contest. Several of the girls were sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling to train.[5] Weber eventually quit the company, alleging that Randy Orton had played cruel pranks on her. In December 2005, Christy Hemme was released by WWE due to budget cuts.[5] Candice Michelle went on to be the first Diva Search contestant to win the WWE Women's Championship in June 2007, and Michelle McCool became the first holder of the WWE Divas Championship in July 2008. On June 19, 2009, Candice Michelle was released by WWE. Also in June of 2009, Michelle McCool became the first ever WWE Diva and the first Diva Search contestant to hold the Womens Championship and the Divas Championship as well as winning both titles multiple times with the most recent in Feburary 2010 where she later regained the Womens Championship after defeating Mickie James with Vickie Guerrero as the Special Guest Referee. Maria won Diva of the Year as voted by the fans at wwe.com making her the first Diva Search contestant to win a Slammy at the 2009 Slammy Awards in December of 2009. On Feburary 26, 2010, Maria Kanellis was released by WWE making Michelle McCool the only contestant from the first Diva Search left.

2005

Ashley Massaro: 2005 Diva Search Winner.

Contestants

Notes

For the 2005 Diva Search, WWE reportedly emphasized the fact that potential contestants did not need to have any wrestling experience or even a desire to wrestle. The contestants instead were asked each week to "show us your individuales". The eight finalists began appearing on Raw on June 27. One contestant was eliminated each week until there was a final three.[9] Contestant Leyla Milani accidentally exposed herself by falling out of her top while attempting to navigate an obstacle course on the July 4 edition of Raw, leading to a "disqualification" in the contest.[10]

Ashley Massaro was declared the winner on August 15 and received $250,000.[9] Massaro wanted to train to wrestle, however, due to her family's involvement in amateur wrestling. As in 2004, not only the winner of the contest was hired by WWE. Other contestants hired include Kristal Marshall, Trenesha Biggers and Elisabeth Rouffaer, who are no longer with the company. Leyla Milani the runner up and a model for the NBC hit television show Deal or No Deal, did not go on to work for WWE but she appeared in a commercial for USA Network called "Raw Fan Nation", however. Leilene "Alexis" Ondrade appeared as Smiley on the VH1 reality show Flavor of Love, Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School, and I Love Money 2. On July 9, 2008, Massaro was released from her WWE contract due to "personal issues".

2006

Layla El: 2006 Diva Search Winner.

Contestants

Notes

The eight finalists made their first appearance on WWE programming on Raw on July 10.[12] The Diva Search had an awkward beginning on July 10 with an introductory segment on Raw featuring new host Mike Mizanin. During the segment, Mizanin appeared to have forgotten his lines and stammered on for several minutes when trying to explain the voting procedures for the contest.[13] When introducing the contestants, Mizanin mispronounced names and looked uncomfortable in his new role as Diva Search emcee.[13] Each week, the contestants appeared on both Raw and SmackDown!.[12] The final three appeared on a special that aired on August 16, 2006 on the USA Network in the USA and August 19, 2006 on Fox8 in Australia, where the winner was announced.

Layla El won the 4th annual Diva Search[11] and was placed on SmackDown! in late 2006 before she was moved to ECW as part of the short lived trio Extreme Expose throughout 2007. WWE also hired several of the eliminated Diva contestants including: Maryse Ouellet, The Garcia Twins, Rebecca DiPietro and Milena Roucka. Up until her release in March 2007, Rebecca DiPietro had a short stint with the company when she became a backstage interviewer on ECW. Amy Zidian also had a short stint with the business when she debuted on Smackdown as the valet for Jimmy Wang Yang before she was released due to a poor backstage attitude. The Garcia Twins debuted on the SmackDown brand as The Bella Twins in August 2008 and have been apart of both SmackDown and Raw as well as the now defunct ECW brand. In December 2008, Maryse Ouellet became the third Diva Search contestant to win a championship and the second title holder to the Divas Championship after defeating Michelle McCool with Maria Kanellis as the Special Guest Referee in December 2008 as well as the first diva to hold the title more than once after defeating Gail Kim in a tournament to crown the new champion on Raw in February 2010. Milena went on to become Rosa Mendes, a fan of the Glamazon Beth Phoenix who debuted in 2008 and has since then managed Carlito and currently Zack Ryder.

2007

Eve Torres: 2007 Diva Search Winner.

Contestants

Notes

The first competition was on WWE.com on September 10, which was also when the voting started. The winner was announced on the October 29 edition of Raw. Unlike past Diva Searches, this Search was the first to take place exclusively on WWE.com. Short vignettes aired each week, recapping the weekly competitions and encouraging viewers to vote. When it got down to the final three, Eve Torres, Brooke Gilbertson, and Lena Yada made their first live television appearance on Raw on October 22, 2007. Torres was announced the winner on the October 29 episode of Raw. Torres made her first television appearance in WWE since winning the Search on SmackDown! on February 1, 2008, where she debuted as the new interviewer. In early 2009, Torres made her in ring debut and is currently working on the Raw brand after being traded from Smackdown during the Diva Draft.

As in past Diva Searches, WWE signed a number of the runner up's to contracts. Lena Yada was signed by WWE and debuted on January 4, 2008 as a backstage interviewer until she was released from her WWE contract in November 2008. Taryn Terrell was signed to a development contract and made her wrestling debut on the February 12, 2008 FCW show in a lingerie contest. On the June 10 episode of ECW, Terrell made her debut as ECW General Manager Theodore Long's assistant going by the name of Tiffany and worked as the General Manager on the show. Angela Fong was also signed to a developmental contract despite not making it to the top 8. In late 2009, Fong debuted on ECW as a backstage interviewer before working as the final ring announcer by going under the name of Savannah until the show went off the air in Feburary 2010. After ECW went off the air, Angela Fong now works as the ring announcer for WWE's new show WWE NXT while Taryn Terrell was move to Smackdown.

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b "Christy Hemme". PurrfectAngelz.com. http://www.purrfectangelz.com/angel-christy_hemme.htm. Retrieved 2007-08-06. 
  2. ^ a b Tim Baines (March 9, 2005). "Christy Hemme: A naked conversation". The Ottawa Sun. http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/2005/03/09/955105.html. Retrieved 2007-08-06. 
  3. ^ a b "Christy Hemme". Bullz-eye.com. http://www.bullz-eye.com/celebritybabes/christy_hemme.htm. Retrieved 2007-08-06. 
  4. ^ a b c d "Hemme Wins $250,000 One-Year Contract with WWE". Business Wire. September 21, 2004. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2004_Sept_21/ai_n6201557. Retrieved 2007-08-07. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i Simon 'LILSBOY' Rothstein (August 2005). "Hemme is Christy clear". The Sun Online. http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2003560001-2005380448,00.html. Retrieved 2007-08-06. 
  6. ^ a b c d Eric Gargiulo (March 17, 2008). "WWE Diva & Playboy cover girl, Maria speaks to phillyBurbs.com". PhillyBurbs.com. http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/news/341-03172008-1503583.html. Retrieved 2008-06-14. 
  7. ^ a b c d "The Next WWE Diva Ultimately to be Chosen by the Millions of WWE fans Worldwide On September 13". WWE Corporate. 2004-07-12. http://corporate.wwe.com/news/2004/2004_07_12.2.jsp. Retrieved 2007-07-01. 
  8. ^ "RAW Results: August 16, 2004". Online World of Wrestling. August 16, 2007. http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/raw/040816.html. Retrieved 2007-08-07. 
  9. ^ a b c "Ashley Massaro of New York Wins WWE RAW Diva Search, Secures $250,000 One-Year Contract with WWE". WWE. August 15, 2005. http://corporate.wwe.com/news/2005/2005_08_15_2.jsp. Retrieved 2007-08-06. 
  10. ^ "RAW Results: July 4, 2005". Online World of Wrestling. July 4, 2005. http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/raw/050704.html. Retrieved 2007-08-07. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2006 Diva Search Interviews". FHM Online. http://www.fhmonline.com/articles-1642.asp. Retrieved 2007-08-15. 
  12. ^ a b "WWE Diva Search Finalists Debut Tonight On Monday Night RAW". WWE Corporate. July 10, 2006. http://corporate.wwe.com/news/2006/2006_07_10.jsp. Retrieved 2007-08-07. 
  13. ^ a b "RAW Results: July 10, 2006". Online World of Wrestling. July 10, 2006. http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/raw/060710.html. Retrieved 2007-08-07. 
  14. ^ Kara A. Medalis (August 22, 2007). "Special thanks to Velvet Revolver". WWE.com. http://www.wwe.com/divasearch/exclusives/velvetrevolver. Retrieved 2007-08-23. 
  15. ^ EveTorres.com (2007-10-29). "The 2007 Diva Search Winner is Eve Torres". EveTorres.com. http://www.evetorres.com/evetorres/post/2007-WWE-Diva-Search-Winner-Eve-Torres.aspx. Retrieved 2007-10-29. 
  16. ^ Andrew Rote (October 16, 2007). "Farewell Taryn". WWE. http://www.wwe.com/divasearch/competitions/rescue/exclusives/farewelltaryn. Retrieved 2007-10-20. 
  17. ^ Andrew Rote (October 9, 2007). "Farewell Jessica". WWE. http://www.wwe.com/divasearch/competitions/rapidfire/exclusives/farewelljessica. Retrieved 2007-10-09. 
  18. ^ Andrew Rote (October 2, 2007). "Farewell J. Kim". WWE. http://www.wwe.com/divasearch/competitions/obstaclecourse/exclusives/farewelljkim. Retrieved 2007-10-03. 
  19. ^ Kara A. Medalis (September 25, 2007). "Weekly roundup: Obstacle Course". WWE. http://www.wwe.com/divasearch/competitions/obstaclecourse/exclusives/weeklyroundup. Retrieved 2007-09-25. 
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Simple English

The WWE Diva Search was a competition held by the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) which ran from 2003 to 2007. The aim of the contest was to find a new WWE Diva, from the 2004 contest onwards the winner of the contest was offered a WWE Contract which was worth $250,000.[1]

Despite only one winner of the competition each year (excluding 2003) the WWE has signed multiple diva search contestants, including Candice Michelle, Taryn Terrell and many others.

Contents

Contests

Year Winner Runner Up Notes
2003 Jaime Koeppe Unknown Jaime Koeppe did not receive a WWE contract like later Diva Searches[2]
2004 Christy Hemme Carmella DeCesare [1][3][4][5]
2005 Ashley Massaro Leyla Milani [6][7]
2006 Layla El Jen England [8]
2007 Eve Torres Brooke Gilbertsen [9][10]

2003

In 2003 the first Diva Search was held, however the winner of the first Diva Search Jaime Koeppe did not receive a contract. She did receive a photoshoot for an issue of WWE Magazine.[2]

2004

File:Christy
Christy Hemme the 2004 Diva Search Winner.
  • Theme Songs:
    • "Walk Idiot Walk" by The Hives
    • "Time and Time Again" by Chronic Future
    • "Open Your Eyes" by Alter Bridge

Contestants

Despite Christy Hemme winning, the WWE hired many other Divas also featured within the contest, this included, Michelle McCool,[14][15] Amy Weber,[12] Candice Michelle,[16] Maria Kennllis[13][17] and Joy Giovanni.[11]

2005

File:Ashley
Ashley Massaro the 2005 Diva Search Winner.

Contestants

  • Ashley Massaro - Winner[6][7]
  • Leyla Milani - Runner-up[18]
  • Elisabeth Rouffaer - 3rd Place[19]
  • Kristal Marshall - 4th Place[20]
  • Summer DeLin - 5th Place
  • Cameron Haven - 6th Place
  • Simona Fusco - 7th Place
  • Leilene "Alexis" Ondrade - 8th place

Like the previous year's Diva Search, Ashley Massaro wasn't the only Diva WWE hired, this included, Kristal Marshall,[20] Trenesha Biggers[21] and Elisabeth Rouffaer.[19][22]

2006

  • Themes Songs:

Contestants

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Layla El the 2006 Diva Search Winner.

Like the past two years this also featured the WWE hiring many losing Divas, this included, Milena Roucka,[31] the Garcia Twins,[32] Rebecca DiPietro,[33] Amy Zidian[29] and Maryse Ouellet.[27][34]

2007

File:Eve Torres Rosemont IL
Eve Torres the 2007 Diva Search Winner.

Contestants

WWE like in the previous years WWE hired runner-ups, this included, Taryn Terrell,[41] Lena Yada [42] and Angela Fong.[43]

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