A superstar who has been a fairly regular member of the live shows and has been in the midst of a story line lately has been removed from the WWE roster page.
Goldust has been the strangest being the WWE for years and has seemingly never been far away when anything strange happens in a WWE ring.
Lately, he has been embroiled in a tag team controversy after his brother Cody Rhodes claimed that he deserved a better partner than himself.
Partnered with Sin Cara, R-Truth and Kofi Kingston, Goldust just hasn't been able to halt a losing skid.
That was until this past Monday, when his new and eccentric partner Stardust joined him on stage to face off against Rybaxel.
Stardust's true identity was one of two people, either he was Cody Rhodes in make-up, or he was Tom Brady in make-up.
Its unlikely the New England Patriots Quarterback was prancing around Cleveland on Monday leaving fans to conclude that it was in fact Cody Rhodes behind the gold and black star.
That has now been confirmed after Cody Rhodes was removed from the roster page and replaced by his new personality, Stardust.
Making the most unique tag team currently in the WWE and probably ever, Goldust and Stardust are surely set for a march up the tag team division.
Stardust's big night
Stardust debuted on Monday night and caused a stir amongst the WWE Universe.
JBL had been saying for weeks that the reason for Cody Rhodes slump was mental and that he just needed to believe in himself.
Despite how Bo Dallas like his explanation was, JBL proved to be right as the change of appearance, style and possibly his sanity worked for the pair.
The commentators were clearly as confused as the rest of us on RAW when the duo first emerged, but his very unique wrestling style worked harmoniously with Goldust's and the pair got an impressive win over the team who have been like kryptonite to them lately.
Stardust has clearly already been a hit amongst the WWE Universe as he was trending #1 worldwide during RAW on Monday night and fans will surely be looking for him at Smackdown on Friday.