This lady romantically linked with several of guys, such as in her earlier of career she was dating with someone Praveen Chandra, an Indian man but later she started to see with Tiki Ghosn.
She also rumored with Josh Burkman and in 2008 she dated with Roger Huerta.
"And I don't know what that reason is, because I've literally met her twice and was so polite and so welcoming, and so excited to have women in the UFC.
So I don't really know what her deal is with me." Following comments Rousey made in 2012 about ringcard girls being pretty but talentless, Celeste recently stated that she believed Rousey wasn't "a good role model for women," to which Rousey replied, "Did it just take her a year to come up with a comeback?
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) ring girl, who also known as a model and modeled in men's magazines such as ' FHM,' ' Maxim' and ' Playboy' as well, and also known as the television actress, she is Penelope Lopez Marquez better known as Arianny Celeste.
Lopez was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States on 11th November 1985 to his Mexican and Filipino descent of parents and grew up with her siblings.
"Also it was around the time she was fighting in Vegas (at UFC 170), so they asked me a couple questions. "That happened, but it's not happening anymore," Celeste said.
Of course I said that it's a very great honor that two amazingly strong women, Olympic medalists are headlining the UFC. And then they took the one negative comment and blew it out of proportion. "It was just a very weird thing that happened, but it's over now.
She also has huge net worth and also grand salary from her works.Octagon girl extraordinaire Arianny Celeste is just as confused as the rest of us in regards to her ongoing feud with UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey."I guess she doesn't like me for whatever reason," Celeste said of Rousey on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour.Tchaikovsky included the celesta in The Nutcracker (1892) as did Bartók in his Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta.The proper name Celeste is also from the Latin word caelestis, for "sky" or "heavens".