WWE Diva Natalya is featured in an interview with The Frank Erwin Center Blog to promote the upcoming return of Total Divas and much more.

Highlights of the interview are below:

On her favorite part about being a WWE Diva: “My favorite part of being a WWE Diva does actually dos not involve being on TV. We do a lot of different charity work with Make-A-Wish Foundation which I really enjoy. You get to meet children who are going through a difficult time and you can use your status to change somebody’s life and help inspire them to fight. You can touch someone else’s life an that’s a really great feeling.”

On how she became involved on Total Divas and if there was any hesitation: “I got approached by the WWE. They partnered with E! to do the show and I am the type of person to dive on in to something and make it gold. No I didn’t have any doubts, at first you’re nervous with all the cameras, but the people that put the show together make you feel so comfortable that you don’t even realize the cameras are there. It’s a great opportunity to be real, you relate to people who are not perfect, and we keep it real on the show.”

On the upcoming season of Total Divas: “It’s going to be a great season, lots of drama, but it is what it is, but at the end of the day, we are a family. There will be old faces such as myself, The Bella Twins and The Funkadactyls and new faces such as Summer Rae. We are on the road to WrestleMania and it’s going to be a wild ride! You better believe Natalya will be at WrestleMania, I will make that happen!”

On who she looks up to in the company and why: “I really look up to Stephanie McMahon, she is a role model. We went to a school with underprivileged children and she spent 4 hours talking to all the kids. She is honestly one of the most down to earth people I have ever met. With her background and status, she has a lot of influence and power, but she proves that you can never allow fame, money or your position in life to get the best of you. She is a great example of what being a strong and empowered woman looks like. She has a husband, family and does a great job of balancing it all.”

The interview is available in full at this link.