For many members of the WWE Universe, it is common knowledge that the show Total Divas consists of a cast which is made of many female members of WWE.
Possibly the biggest, if not one the biggest, names in WWE Divas at present in AJ Lee, who is one of the few professional wrestlers in the industry not to have featured on the reality television programme.
Despite being current WWE Diva's Champion, it has been reported that AJ's absence from the show is because of her marriage to a very well-known name in WWE; CM Punk.
The news, as reported by f4wonline.com, comes following the most recent additions to Total Divas of British-born Paige and fellow WWE Superstar Alicia Fox. Both of whom are rumoured to be making their debut in the new series which gets underway in January of next year.
Although the Divas division of WWE has often been criticised of late, it does boast a large amount of talent, with several impressive professional female wrestlers making up this section of the industry.
Out of the women in the main roster, those who have not yet featured on Total Divas are; AJ, Lana, Emma, Lilian Garcia, Eden, Renee Young and Tamina Snuka.
In reality though, Lilian Garcia is of course a ring announcer, Renee Young is a presenter and interviewer and Eden and Lana aren't wrestlers. They're in a sort of separate class which means they aren't Divas which in turn means it isn't a great surprise they aren't on the show.
With this in mind, the only female wrestlers to be left out therefore are AJ and Emma. As for the latter, her omission is probably with regard to the arrest she had because of a theft in June 2014.
AJ being left out from the cast is consequently highlighted even further, she could well tie in a role in the show with her character in WWE as with the other Divas on the programme.
The terms which her husband left WWE on however seem to mean that we won't be seeing AJ on the show any time soon.
In addition, Stephanie McMahon has denied rumours that any Diva holding the women's title is banned from appearing on the show, reiterating the idea that something external is the reason for AJ's absence.