Kelly Kelly has left the WWE. Some may say "good riddance" others may be tear-ridden screaming "why do the good ones always go first!"
As for myself, the truth is that like most WWE fans, I have always held an apathetic view towards Kelly Kelly's presence in the WWE—she didn't bother me but she also wasn't the reason why I was tuning in.
Kelly Kelly is a gorgeous woman and will without a doubt be soon appearing on television (or a movie screen) in a role that best fits her. Her departure from the WWE may actually be a blessing in disguise for Kelly Kelly, the WWE and fans alike.
That being said, there is one thing that I will not be missing now that Kelly Kelly is gone—her entrance theme song.
In many ways a wrestler's theme song is a huge part of his or her career. The Undertaker's bells, Stone Cold's breaking of glass, John Cena's "The Time is Now," and recently CM Punk's "Cult of Personality" have defined who they are—Kelly Kelly's "Holla" has only served to annoy me.
"Holla" is as pointless and annoying as a theme song can be, but Kelly Kelly is not alone in this. It seems that for every great theme song that a male member of the WWE roster has, two females have a bad one.
What follows is the five worst Divas entrance theme songs in recent WWE history.