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Kelly Kelly grants her first wish
BOSTON – The stunning Kelly Kelly has brought smiles to millions of WWE Universe members throughout the years, but the one she recently brought to the face of WWE Circle of Champions honoree Jerry Carpenter Jr. is a grin the former Divas Champion will never forget. ( PHOTOS)
Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Kelly greeted 16-year-old Jerry and his family at Boston’s TD Garden prior to the March 5 edition of Raw SuperShow. Although she’s been in WWE since 2006, this was the first individual wish Kelly has granted– an incredible milestone for any Superstar or Diva.
“I had heard about this a few weeks ago, and I was so excited to meet him,” Kelly told WWE.com. “Jerry was the sweetest boy I’ve ever met. I sat there and I talked to him for a while and just tried to ask him questions about himself and he would ask me questions. It was great to just sit there and interact with him. It was such an amazing experience.”
As she elatedly tweeted about this milestone just moments afterward ( @RealKellyKelly), the blonde beauty admitted that she never thought she would ever get a solo wish-granting opportunity.
“Jerry had a choice between myself, Randy Orton and John Cena, and he picked me,” Kelly said, admiring a photo she had taken with Jerry on her phone. “I never in a million years thought someone’s wish would be to meet me. I can’t even describe how cool it is to be able to do this.”
After meeting Jerry, Kelly affirmed that she’s dedicated to making many more wishes come true, and is even planning on challenging the impressive Make-A-Wish record of a certain Cenation leader. Hey, we never said she wasn’t ambitious.
“I want to beat Cena!” Kelly exclaimed with a laugh, acknowledging Cena’s nearly 300 wishes granted throughout the years. “I don’t know. Hopefully I’ll come close.”