Why ‘Nikki Bella Says I Do’ is The Perfect Binge
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Now that Nikki Bella’s E! reality series, Nikki Bella Says I Do, has finally wrapped up, I can finally consider it binge-approved. Even though this series was released on a weekly basis, you definitely don’t have to watch it that way.
This Show Really Sucks in Viewers
Nikki Bella recently premiered her unscripted reality series on E! Her limited-time series, Nikki Bella Says I Do, follows her and Dancing With the Stars professional Artem Chigvintsev all the way to the chapel. Although this couple originally got engaged in 2020, they pushed off their wedding until 2022, so Chigvintsev’s parents could be in attendance.
To put it lightly, this series shows off the good, bad, and ugly of planning a wedding. The series begins with Bella deciding to plan her wedding in four weeks, follows her to the bachelorette party, picking her dress, and even more. Since there’s such a quick turn around, Nikki Bella Says I Do features tons of drama. They definitely didn’t hold back in that aspect.
On the flipside, there are also some really sweet moments, whether it be between Bella and her twin, or Chigvintsev and his best man Gleb Savchenko. If you’re a fan of Dancing With the Stars, I promise you’ll love seeing this side of Chigvintsev. Even though fans of the dancer have gotten glimpses at his personality on DWTS, you truly get an idea of who he is in this show.
Nikki Bella Says I Do is available to stream on NBC or E! Show highlights can be found on YouTube. In addition, behind the scenes photos and videos are posted on Bella and Chigvintsev’s social media platforms.
The History of Nikki Bella, Artem Chigvintsev
As explored in the series, Bella and Chigvintsev met in the DWTS ballroom in 2018. Ironically, the WWE star entered the series mentioning the fact that she had just become single. Ahead of the dance series, she was engaged to John Cena, until they called it off in 2018.
Bella competed on DWTS season 25, where she finished in 7th or 8th place. Although the couple didn’t get a perfect score, they got three 9’s for two performances, their week 5 Jazz and Week 6 Argentine Tango.
In January 2019, the couple went from ballroom partners to romantic partners. About a year later, they announced their engagement. In the same month, Bella revealed that she was expecting their first child. Their son, Matteo Artemovich Chigvintsev was born on July 31, 2020.