Reby Sky is a 24-year-old American glamour model, radio and television ‘personality’, dancer and professional wrestler.

Wait… what? Professional wrestler?

Yep, when she’s not flouncing around poolside looking glorious in bikinis, Reby Sky is a sports-mad hard-hitting suplex-slamming lunatic.

As well as her wrestling antics, she was quarterback for the Tampa Breeze in the 2008-2009 season. They play in the Lingerie Football League, which is one of the best kinds of football leagues going.

She began her career in the slightly more effeminate Amira Mor International Entertainment Company, a bellydance troupe, with whom she made several bellydance instructional DVDs – which you might want to track down to, y’know, ‘learn bellydancing’.

Reby Sky
They call this move 'Grmph poxy f'ing thing my arm's stuck'

She then bagged herself a stint in a musical show called Secrets of the Desert. The show toured some theatres in America including New York’s Radio City Music Hall where she performed for Ringo Starr, which is pretty cool.

He was so moved by the performance he left the auditorium singing:

“In the town where I was born,
Lived a man who sailed to sea,
And he told us of his life,
In the land of submarines,

So we sailed on to the sun,
Till we found the sea of green,
And we lived beneath the waves,
In our yellow submarine,

We all live in a yellow submarine,
A yellow submarine, a yellow submarine,
We all live in a yellow submarine,
A yellow submarine, a yellow submarine.

Oh and Reby Sky is lovely lovely lovely,
Lovely lovely lovely.”

Reby Sky
Nice watch

The Beatles never trusted ol' Ringo to write his own lyrics and melodies. Paul McCartney wrote Yellow Submarine for him (apart from the Reby Sky bit, that was the genius of our own fair hand).

Okay, maybe Ringo wasn't a lyrical mastermind, but the Yellow Submarine lyics are akin to the e-numbered workings of a five-year-old; how much worse could Ringo's have been? What was his first draft? "Submarines are good nanananananannana"?

Poor Ringo.