The WWE Diva was a lover of reality TV before she began appearing in the E! fly-on-the-wall series with her twin sister Nikki - with whom she wrestles with as the tag team The Bella Twins - initially getting hooked on the Kim Kardashian-led show.
She then became an avid viewer of 'Toddlers & Tiaras' and 'Duck Dynasty', which chronicles the lives of the Robertson family and their successful duck-call manufacturing business 'Duck Commander.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Brie said: "I used to absolutely love 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' but I've got really into 'Toddlers & Tiaras' lately. With those mothers it's like you can't make this up, this is amazing! 'Duck Dynasty' is fascinating to me, because it's just a world that I can't relate to at all. I really enjoy watching that."
Despite being a reality TV star and a regular on weekly WWE shows 'RAW' and 'SmackDown', Brie insists she and her fiancé, WWE Superstar Daniel Dryan, don't watch a lot of television.
The brunette beauty - who will be visiting the UK in May on the WWE tour - also admits it took her and Daniel a while to get used to being filmed round the clock for 'Total Divas' and constantly being followed by cameras.
The Bella Twins - whose fiancé Daniel will be competing on the 'WWE Elimination Chamber' pay-per-view on February 23, which is available to watch on Sky Sports Box Office - explained: "I'm not the biggest TV fan, Daniel and I don't even have cable at home, we're not TV people at all. I just watch whatever I can download on my computer.
"When we started 'Total Divas' it was really hard at first, because you notice the cameras. But after around two weeks we just totally didn't them. My sister is very loud and funny, and as you can see I'm much quieter than her and so is Daniel. He would just be at our house, staring at the crew and would say, 'We don't live an exciting life, is this fun for you guys? Because we don't know if this is fun.' They were like, 'This is great, pretend we're not here, don't talk to us.' Now we're so used to it, we'll say things and then we'll look at each other and be like, 'Gosh, did they catch that?' "