Born in Las Vegas, Arianny Celeste-Penelope Lopez Marquez, aka Arianny Celeste, is best known as a ring girl for the UFC. Arianny went to Palo Verde High School and attended college at UNLV, majoring in fitness and nutrition. She booked her first modeling job when she was four months old for a car seat company. She started modeling again at age 15.
Arianny Celeste made her UFC debut in 2006 and later modeled for Maxim, FHM, Sports Illustrated and Playboy (in which she posed nude).
Arianny Celeste filmed a movie called "Repost or Die." "I played one of the main roles. It was so much fun and I would really like to do more acting. I host a show called 'Video Vault' that airs locally in Vegas.however, my main focus at present is singing, and I'm working on my demo right now. It's my passion and I love doing it. I help write all of my songs and I choose all the tracks. I never knew how much work it involved, but I'm enjoying it very much" (knucklepit.com).
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To keep in shape, Arianny Celeste works out at least four times a week. "I like to change my routines so I don't get bored, and sometimes I box at the UFC gym.I always do cardio, weights and sit-ups.but I love working out: It gives me so much energy and I feel a sense of accomplishment after working out. I also eat healthily."
Arianny Celeste loves dogs and has two, one a rat terrier, the other, a Yorkshire terrier. She enjoys watching MMA fighting. "I love working the crowds. It's always fun when I make eye contact with someone and they get excited. It's really fun especially when the crowd is loud and excited to be there."
Arianny Celeste said one of the misconceptions about Octagon girls is that "people think we're ditzy and stupid. But the UFC girls have changed the game. It's not just about walking around, showing the goods. We're not in thongs and high heels. You need to be educated about the sport if you're going to represent the UFC. You can be the most beautiful girl in the world but if you can't talk about the sport then you're not valuable to them" (complex.com).
Arianny Celeste added, "If you're a guy and by age 18 you haven't been in a fight, you're not living. I mean, I'm a girl and I've been in two. Live life."