WWE's Lana flaunts bikini body while dancing to Lady Gaga in new Instagram Reels video

LANA has been a Tik Tok enthusiast during the lockdown, but the WWE star has now turned her attention to Instagram's rival app Reels.

On Thursday, the athlete posted a video of herself on the new platform dancing in a blue bikini next to a pool.

The blonde bombshell has often posted videos of her dancing to classic songs on Tik Tok and Instagram – usually in a bikini.

Lana's fans love her energetic Tik Tok videos, which sometimes feature other WWE superstars such as Natalya, and her husband, former WWE wrestler Miro fka Rusev.

However, Lana's bikini videos have landed her and husband Miro, now an official Twitch streamer, in hot water.

Last month her skimpy outfit was reportedly responsible for Miro being suspended from Twitch – just a day after announcing he was leaving wrestling to become a full-time streamer.

Miro is now back on Twitch, but this wasn't the first time Lana, real name CJ Perry, had got into trouble due to her dancing videos.

Earlier this year Lana hit out at Tik Tok for deleting some of her clips in which she was wearing very little.

But it looks like Intagram Reels may provide Lana with a new home for her energetic dance routines, especially after President Donald Trump's threat to ban Tik Tok in the US.

Reels launched on the social media platform on August 5, 2020.

What do you think of IG Reels & this dance ???

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In her first Reels video she can be seen dancing to Lady Gaga's Poker Face with the caption, "What do you think of IG Reels & this dance?"

According to Instagram, Reels is "a new way to create and discover short, entertaining videos on Instagram…Record 15-second multi-clip videos with audio, effects, and new creative tools."

And like Tik Tok, users can search songs in the Instagram music library, select AR effects, timers, countdowns and speed.

Instagram users can create Reels and post to their stories or in their feed – similar to Instagram TV.


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