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Nia Jax and Natalya were at the beach where WWE star Paige made a spectacle of herself…

WWE Star Paige sends fans into a frenzy after sharing bikini snaps from Lake Tohoe while filming Total Divas

SmackDown Live GM showed off her curves and peachy behind as she enjoyed stunning scenery

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WWE star Paige had fans in a frenzy after sharing snaps of her visit to Lake Tahoe.

The Norwich-born English sizzler is currently in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, which straddle the border of California and Nevada, filming for Total Divas.

A number of wrestling stars such as Natalya and Nia Jax are also with her at the hotspot.

However, it is the 25-year-old that has stolen the show early via her Instagram account.

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Paige, real name, Saraya-Jade Bevis, showed off her curves as she prepared for a ride on a jet ski and stood on top of a rock taking in the stunning views.

The former two-time Divas Champion then also posed for a number of selfies as she soaked up the sun during a break from road.

Fans will be delighted to see her back with a smile on her face and enjoying life after a rollercoaster few months for the Brit.

Following a lengthy lay-off through injury, fan-favourite Paige returned to WWE late last year.

 The SmackDown Live general manager is at the hotspot along with the cast of Total Divas

The SmackDown Live general manager is at the hotspot along with the cast of Total Divas

WWE Paige peachy

Fans will be delighted to see the British beauty with a smile back on her face

But she was to suffer devastating news following an injury sustained in a match against Sasha Banks at a house show as she re-injured her neck.

The grappler was forced to announce her retirement from in-ring competition the night after WrestleMania 34 in April but was installed as the general manager of SmackDown Live later that week.