Diva Dirt Live with Special Guest Trish Stratus

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TONIGHT: We are joined by WWE legend Trish Stratus for an exclusive chat about her the DVD release of her debut movie, Bounty Hunters, and lots of wrestling talk. Trish talks about her match at WrestleMania last year, the John Morrison “cold shoulder” incident, last year’s Tough Enough, whether there’ll be a second season, what she and Amy ‘Lita’ Dumas are working on, her thoughts on Natalya’s flatulence gimmick and the Divas match she wants to see at WrestleMania 28.

The show begins at 8 ET (7pm CT, 5pm PT and 1am UK).

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Bounty Hunters is available on DVD now in the UK, and in the US/Canada on February 28th.

Visit www.trishstratus.com for more on Trish, to pick up her yoga products and to join the Stratusphere Living 30 Day Challenge.

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  • Teri

    ahhh, i can’t wait! 20 more min!

  • shameronstar

    That picture reminds more of Sable than Trish because between the outfit and the pose it seems very Sable-esque.

    • DarknessRuler

      Same here

  • Williambitious

    I’m excited!

  • The K@rmic HeeL

    My thing is buffering has it started yet? Trish is beautiful and sexy as ever!

  • The K@rmic HeeL

    Nevermind, got it on the ALTERNATIVELY link! OMG! TRISH STRATUS!

  • DarknessRuler

    What was the event in which Morrison didn’t let Trish raise his arm??

  • Jhonmarco

    That picture of Trish is just jaw-dropping. Now that IS a woman! Is it possible she’s gotten hotter than her 2004 days?

    • BillyGP

      I can Agree with you on this.

  • Teri

    LMAOO @ Cryssi saying how if she had beaten Beth Phoenix, she would have gotten on Twitter to brag, hahaha

  • http://www.moxierave.tumblr.com Moxie

    Can’t wait for this interview. I’m eager to hear her opinion on Nattie’s farting gimmick. We all know Trish has super love for her.

    God I love that bodysuit on Trish.

  • The K@rmic HeeL

    Just as I suspected, Trish turns negatives into positives and I couldn’t agree more. Though Steve, I think you were a little off on thinking Beth might squash Tamina. The storyline was being developed for the reason of Tamina being a challenge. Not another squash. And of course Tamina can keep up. She’s not that green you guys.

  • http://www.moxierave.tumblr.com Moxie

    I’m so glad ‘The Wrestling Women vs. The Doctor of Doom’ is still happening. I thought it was cancelled! I’d love to see Trish and Lita in a modern day remake of the film.

  • Kessuki

    very good interview. hopefully i’ll get to watch the dvd soon. i loved how you pushed trish and michelle mccool together and how much we miss them.

    and good advice to natalya from trish. as much as its unbearing to watch natalyas gimmick maybe nattie has already been given this advice and is why she tweeted shes fine about the gimmick. as long as the fans start to care about and cheer her then i’ll be happy with that.

  • http://twitter.com/BroskiRomano Ryan

    DAMN!! Sorry peeps….but I like women and thats one HOT ASS PIC FROM TRISH!!! Havent seen her this hot since her T & A Days

    Trish u rock too btw one of the TOUGHEST females ever made

  • Taylor

    She was stellar as only she can be! I really would like her to expand her acting repertoire to include more than campy projects — i.e., “worthy” movies. Now I understand no actor/actress — or very few — lands an Oscar-worthy role in his/her premiere film, but I do want Trish to explore the ritzier side of Hollywood, not simply “play it safe” as she referred to in the interview. Comedies would be a great start!