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Nikki Bella Announces New E! Series About Marriage To Artem Chigvintsev
"Nikki Bella Says I Do" will chronicle Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev's journey to the wedding alter.
In addition to being the host of “Barmageddon” on USA Network, Nikki Bella is diversifying her TV portfolio even more with the announcement of a new four-part series on E!.
On Monday, the WWE Superstar announced that her new show “Nikki Bella Says I Do” will drop some time in early 2023, offering viewers an inside look at her greatest challenge yet: planning and executing her wedding to longtime partner Artem Chigvintsev.
The series promises to chronicle their love story as they prepare for the next chapter in their lives. However, there’s a lot to take care of before Nikki walks down the aisle. The couple will navigate the many challenges that go into a wedding such as planning it, figuring out a bachelorette party, buying tuxes, finding a dress, and worrying if his family will be able to make it from Russia in time for the big day. As if that’s not difficult enough, they’ll be doing it all while acting as parents to their son, Matteo. Fortunately, Nikki’s sister and “Bellas Podcast” co-star, Brie, will be there the whole time to help her through anything that may come up.
Bella, 36, first met Chigvintsev, 37, in 2017 when they were partnered on “Dancing With The Stars.” At the time, she was still engaged to John Cena. After they called off their engagement in 2018, she and Chigvintsev reconnected and announced they were dating in 2019. He popped the question in 2020, and now, fans will see what happens next.
“Nikki Bella Says I Do” is produced by WWE, Bunim/Murray Productions and Hi Mom Productions. Nikki Bella, Kevin Dunn, Chris Chambers, Marc Pomarico, Andrea Metz and Michelle Peerali executive produce.
Fans can catch her new E! series in 2023 after "Barmageddon" premieres later this year. In the meantime, they can catch more WWE content on Peacock now.