Former professional wrestler and actress Joanie "Chyna" Laurer was apparently gearing up to do more adult films before her untimely death.
Chyna had worked with Vivid Entertainment in the past, and had completed four films for the adult film studio after she had ended her wrestling career with WWE. According to Page Six, Chyna was set to do more films for Vivid Entertainment, according to an interview with Vivd Entertainment founder Steve Hirsch for Page Six.
"We were scheduled to meet this week to discuss [future films]... She was so popular and we wanted to work with her again."
"Chyna was truly one of a kind... I never heard her say a bad word about anyone and it was amazing to watch her interact with her fans. She thrived on it and loved every minute — and they loved her back. We were looking forward to working with her in the near future."
Chyna was also set to appear on an episode of the hit E! show Botched. That episode was set to air May 10, which was the season premiere. Now, network executives are hesitant to air the show due to Chyna's sudden death. No official word has been stated on the Botched episode in question. Botched, which airs on E!, follows two plastic surgeons, Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif, as they correct plastic surgeries on patients that went wrong. The series debuted in 2014 and was successful enough to be renewed. The series also spun off the series Botched by Nature, which is set to debut sometime this year. Chyna had been on the reality series The Surreal Life back in 2007, as well as starring in a handful of straight-to-video films.