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first_imgBella began dating John Cena in 2012 and the duo became engaged five years later. Us Weekly broke the news in April 2018 that the pair had called it quits on their relationship. Cena, 43, later tied the knot with Shay Shariatzadeh in October.The former professional wrestler competed on Dancing With the Stars with Chigvintsev in 2017 while she was still in a relationship with Cena. However, she and the Dancing With the Stars pro didn’t become romantically involved until years later. Bella explained that watching Chigvintsev on season 29 of the ABC reality competition show made her reflect on their relationship.“I get asked this all the time, ‘You had to have felt something for Artem, right?’ Because of how close my breakup was,” she said. “And, I feel like I’m gonna hear it the rest of my life. I had to open up to Artem recently cause this is the first time Artem’s been back on Dancing With the Stars since we’ve been in a serious relationship. And I said, ‘I can’t help it, it brings me these feelings of what everyone thinks of, like, ‘You guys had to like each other, you had to be all these things’ and it was bringing up these emotions for me.”- Advertisement – Hindsight is 20/20! Nikki Bella revealed she’s been dreaming about her exes lately, but it’s only strengthened her feelings for her fiancé, Artem Chigvintsev.The Total Bellas star, 36, shared how her dreams helped her find “clarity” in her relationship with Chigvintsev, 38, on the Wednesday, November 4, episode of “The Bellas Podcast.”- Advertisement – She added, “It was making me feel like people just have this certain perception of me or of Artem and because of the timing of everything. And these dreams gave me clarity of that, and kind of took that feeling away.”Bella and the Russian dancer went Instagram official in January 2019. One year later, the couple announced their engagement via Instagram before they revealed they were expecting their first child together. Bella and Chigvintsev welcomed their baby boy, Matteo, in July.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! “Well, what I found weird about my dreams is the season right now in this [mercury] retrograde, it’s supposed to be where we get a deeper understanding of ourselves and our journeys and our true purpose and even getting clarity on the past,” she said. “And my dreams have been that.”Nikki Bella Says Dreams About Her Exes Gave Her Clarity in Relationship With Artem ChigvintsevNikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev MEGABella explained that she had “full on conversations” with her exes in her “vivid” dreams as if they “met up for coffee.” However, she noted that the dreams gave her insight on how her journey led her to Chigvintsev.“But what I just found weird is that I was having these dreams and that it was exactly what they said is going on right now,” she explained. “One thing it said is why things happen the way it did, and that’s why my clarity really hit me.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_img NBA Draft 2019 rumor roundup: A complete list of trades, news, notes and more The NBA Draft is a gamble.Players who everyone is convinced are going to be good (Greg Oden, Markelle Fultz, Jahlil Okafor) sometimes aren’t. Whether that’s because of fit or injury or whatever, sometimes things just don’t work out. NBA Draft 2019: RJ Barrett, Rui Hachimura and more emotional reactions to top selections Nassir Little, North Carolina, Trail Blazers, No. 25 overall: It made little sense that Little fell to the 25th pick but the Trail Blazers couldn’t care less. This is easy to write as Little was one of the top recruits in the 2018 class and has one of the highest ceilings in this entire draft.He logically could step in and give the Trail Blazers huge minutes right away and shoots more than well enough to help the team space the floor. He has also already shown in his time at North Carolina that he doesn’t always have to have the ball and is humble enough to take a lesser role for the betterment of the team. Portland has to be absolutely over the moon after getting Little. And, it didn’t even have to trade up to do it.center_img Best and worst picks from the first round of the NBA DraftWorst picksCameron Johnson, North Carolina, Suns, No. 11 overall: This is nothing against Johnson. In fact, we like him. He’s a long athlete who can shoot the ball like crazy and he’s a mature player who can contribute right away. But the Suns don’t need someone to contribute right away. They’re probably, at least, three years away. And they traded away another piece in TJ Warren before the draft even started so they took an even further move back.What makes this even worse is the Suns actually traded down from No. 6 to take Johnson at No. 11. They had a shot to take Texas Tech’s Jarrett Culver, who is younger, a fantastic defender and fits the Suns’ timeline. The Suns probably could have gotten Johnson eight or nine picks later. And, if they couldn’t and another team took him with the 12th pick, then they should have let them, because the value wasn’t right. Again, we wish the best of luck to Johnson, but the Suns’ decision here doesn’t make a lot of sense.Chuma Okeke, Auburn, Magic, No. 16 overall: There’s a little bit of a theme here in that we like Okeke’s game. He’s athletic, he can shoot and he gives tons of effort. But he just tore his ACL and had surgery in April. He will likely be out for the entire season, and if the Magic lose Nikola Vucevic in free agency, it could be an insanely rough season for them next year.Orlando finally took a step forward last season getting to the playoffs and adding a player who could contribute sooner like Nickeil Alexander-Walker out of Virginia Tech or Brandon Clarke out of Gonzaga might have both filled needs and given more immediate production. Terrence Ross could leave in free agency, as well, and Alexander-Walker could have helped that loss while Clarke would step in to fill a bit of a void left by Vucevic, even if he doesn’t have that kind of size. This one just seems like it wasn’t thought out all the way.Best picksGrant Williams, Tennessee, Celtics, No. 22 overall: This one is actually kind of on the line of the Cameron Johnson pick. Williams was probably taken a little bit too early. He is a bit of a polarizing prospect who some ranked as high as 15 on their big boards but others saw him closer to the late first round or even early second. So the argument could be made the Celtics reached a little bit here.But, Williams is just too perfect for the Celtics to dislike the pick. He’s a hard worker who excels on the offensive boards and gets more out of his smaller frame than just about anyone in this draft. Brad Stevens will absolutely love this guy. And, he is a better shooter than people give him credit for, which also fills a need for Boston. The Celtics need shooting and Williams gives them that. It’s really hard to dislike this pick. But no matter what happens, after every draft people leave loving what their team got or flat-out hating it.So what did we love and flat-out hate from the first round of this draft? Oh, there was plenty. Related Newslast_img read more