Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev moving wedding location

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev are moving the location of their wedding.



Artem Chigvintsev et al. posing for the camera: Artem Chigvintsev and Nikki Bella


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Artem Chigvintsev and Nikki Bella

The couple have decided to move their wedding from LA to another destination amidst the coronavirus pandemic as they are both keen that they or their guests don’t have to wear masks.

Speaking to Access Hollywood, the ‘Dancing With The Stars’ professional said of the couple’s plans: “We’re actually moving the wedding from L.A. to somewhere else. Not sure if I am allowed to say where yet, but there’s definitely plans. The only thing we know that we want to make sure is that we don’t have to be wearing masks during the wedding.”

Nikki previously insisted she wants the world to be in a “clear space” before she gets married.

The 36-year-old retired professional wrestler said: “The uncertainty just kills me. It’s so hard not to try to feel depressed over it at times cause you’re, like, how long are we stuck inside for? I want to make sure the world is in such a clear space. The day I get married, I just want a massive party. I want a bash. I want everything I’ve dreamed of.”

Meanwhile, Nikki is now looking ahead at 2021 for her new wedding date, but says she and Artem, 37, could wait even longer if they could secure the right atmosphere.

She added: “I honestly think our wedding will probably be far, far out. Maybe not, maybe within a year? But, like, I don’t even know. I have a feeling it might be longer.”

Nikki also admitted she isn’t sure if she’ll take Artem’s surname when they marry.

Brie said: “We’re still trying to work on her being able to say the last name properly.”

And Nikki then joked: “I can’t even say my soon-to-be last name!”

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Why Nikki Bella, Artem Chigvintsev Are Moving Their Wedding From L.A.

Making it work! Although many couples have had to delay their weddings due to the coronavirus pandemic, Artem Chigvintsev and Nikki Bella just need to change the location.

“We’re actually moving [the wedding] from L.A. to somewhere else … not sure if I am allowed to say where yet, but there’s definitely plans,” the Dancing With the Stars pro, 38, told Access Hollywood on Monday, October 19. “The only thing we know that we want to make sure is that we don’t have to be wearing masks during the wedding.”

Why Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev Are Moving Their Wedding Location
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The Russia native and the Total Bellas star, 36, revealed they were engaged in January. Weeks later, they shared the news that they were expecting their first child together. In July, Bella and Chigvintsev welcomed a son, Matteo.

Last month, the former wrestler shared that she’s thought about involving their son in the wedding, noting she’d love to have him walk down the aisle.

“Walking down the aisle means it’s gonna take a while,” the Burn the Floor alum noted during a September episode of “The Bellas Podcast,” in which Bella noted that their son is “crazy, freakishly strong,” so he could be walking soon.

The couple met in 2017 during season 25 of Dancing With the Stars, when Bella was still engaged to John Cena. While she did not have feelings for her professional partner at the time — and went through a painful split from Cena, 43, in April 2018 — the reality star said she’d definitely go back and do the entire experience over again.

“It was the first time I was ever vulnerable, even with a man, because I was always such a strong, independent woman,” the Incomparable author shared on her podcast earlier this month. “I wish I could do it again because I couldn’t take in the moment of the dance being beautiful because I was thinking of my steps the whole time. I wish I could’ve taken in those moments but then where I got the bond was just having to depend on him. And I had never had to depend on a man before.”

Chigvintsev, for his part, is just happy to share such an adorable son with Bella.

“Every time I look at him, every time she posts a picture of him, I’m like, I can’t believe this is still my baby. It’s just ridiculous,” he told Us earlier this month, also noting how becoming a father has changed his “perspective on life” in every way.

“Every single decision you make, it comes from a whole different place. Before, I might have been kind of bitter about things if I didn’t get my way,” he shared. “Now, it’s like you finally reached the realization that things naturally happen and you just embrace them and make something beautiful.”

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See the Most Moving Images on Social Media from Saturday’s Women’s March

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From ELLE

On Saturday, the fifth Women’s March took place in D.C. and in hundreds of cities across the U.S.

“We’re holding socially distant actions across the country to send an unmistakable message about the fierce opposition to Trump and his agenda, including his attempt to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat,” the Women’s March website read ahead of the October 17 march.

The day also seemed to be a chance for marchers to pay tribute to the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on September 19. Marchers went past the Supreme Court building, some wearing face masks featuring RBG-inspired lace collars. One large sign displayed over the D.C. March read, “March to honor her seat.”

Many protesters shared their feelings about the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett and what it could mean for Roe v. Wade. Following the Senate hearings for Barrett’s confirmation, many reproductive rights activists have expressed concern over Barrett’s response when questioned about Roe.

“She will undermine our access to reproductive health care, to abortion from voting rights to climate change,” Goss Groves, of the National Women’s Law Center, told crowds in D.C. “She refused to even answer basic questions.”

Although Barrett’s nomination might highlight the fight for Roe in this country, protecting reproductive freedoms has been the underlying message at the Women’s Marches since the first organized even in 2017.

“Our rights are not up for debate, the Center for Reproductive Rights, a sponsor of the march, wrote in a press release then. “We will refuse to go backwards on access to reproductive health care for all women. The Women’s March happening in D.C. and across the U.S. marks the beginning of an unprecedented wave of action and civic participation that will not relent until our rights re respected.”

Here are some of the best social images from yesterday’s national marches.

Lots of tributes to RBG

Someone took the time to bring RBG a gift at her gravesite:

This brother-and-sister pair put together this shout-out to RBG and John Lewis:

Handmaids Tale costumes

Here are some more general scenes from the day, ICYMI

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