Kelly Kelly On Problems With Women's Wrestling Today, CM Punk, Vince McMahon, Possible WWE Return

As noted, Barbie Blank, f.k.a. Kelly Kelly, spent more than an hour on The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro talking about her life and career this week. They sent us these highlights:

Barbie is staying out of the Drama Season 2 of WAGS:

"You'll see in season 2 we're, we actually become really good friends...everyone kind of does a 360."

"This season I'm, It's all about my wedding. I don't get involved in the drama which you'll see me just be like ugh I can't deal. This is stupid... My wedding isn't until episode 6... I do get in some bantering, um but I try to, I try to control myself."

Vince McMahon teaching her to dance when she was 19 and new to the WWE:

"My first day, Vince was like okay this is what you're gonna do. You know, then he had this like chair set up and he was like okay you're gonna you know use this chair and he kinda like showed me the dance. And he like took his jacket off and kind of swung it around and I'm standing there like 19 years old. Yeah I used to watch this man when I was like 12. I like loved him and I'm watching him show me how to dance... he was good, he was really good!"

Barbie's husband, former NHL player Sheldon Souray, lost a bet to CM Punk and had to get his symbol tattooed on his shoulder.

"Shel is really good friends with CM Punk and he lost a bet to Punk and he had to get his symbol tattooed, so my husband has a CM Punk symbol."

If she would wrestle again:

"I always say never say never, um I would I would definitely be open to doing like a one time thing, like a SummerSlam or 'Mania or you know something fun. I would wait for them to approach me and I would want to do like a crossover with WAGS and Total Divas, because we're on the same network and we were airing after them too um so that would have been a perfect crossover."

Not liking some of the moves the WWE has made involving women, including not giving the audience a female to root for:

"They're putting a lot more focus on the women too, but I feel like they're shying away from the era of what I was, of the models. I don't really feel like there's a fan favorite girl right now. And I don't feel like there really has been... sorry I probably am speaking out of turn... but like AJ was a fav, and you know what I mean, now, right now, I don't feel like there's somebody that the crowd can get behind."