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The super hot stars of Total Divas are reacting to their fellow WWE pal Darren Young's recent coming out.
And no surprise, the Bella Twins and the rest of their E! reality costars couldn't be happier that Young revealed he is gay and "in love."
"I think it's absolutely amazing," Nikki Bella gushed to us last night at WWE and E!'s Superstars for Hope event honoring Make-A-Wish in Beverly Hills. "It makes me so proud of him. Like, I love Darren. Darren's such an amazing man. It takes guts and him being the first in WWE gives me the chills. I am so proud. I have family members that are gay and we love them. And for him to come out, in a man's world, I'm like, ‘You go boy!' it makes me very, very proud for him."
Nikki's sister Brie Bella echoed that support. "I thought it was amazing,' she told us exclusively. "To be honest, the thing for me is always be who you are and in our society today, anything's accepted and no one flinched when it came out. I think it's a beautiful thing."
Eva Marie added, "It just shows how brave he is. Being a WWE diva and superstar, you have to be strong and know who you are and clearly he showed that by coming out and being true to himself."
"I thought it was great," JoJo dished. "I honestly was so proud and I respect Darren for coming out and being so courageous…he's an inspiration to a lot of people."
"I was shocked but I'm very proud of him," Naomi Night smiled. "Darren is a friend of mine. What he did, to me, is very courageous. I think it's very hard for a lot of men to do that, women, for anyone to come out as gay because it isn't accepted among everybody. I'm proud of him and support him 100 percent." "
This is huge for him. This is huge for WWE," Natalya gushed. "WWE is always on the cutting edge of what's now and so for Darren Young to be part of the WWE family, for him to be so embraced by our entire family, everybody's like, ‘Oh my god. This is so amazing.' We are so proud. This is so good. And it's OK to be who you are, no matter what your age, your race, religion, sexual orientation. Who cares? It doesn't matter at all."
"Nobody cares about that anymore, especially in WWE," Natalya added. "We just care when the bell rings, do you got it?"