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) (born September 22, 1985) is a Lebanese-American actress, model, professional wrestler and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss USA 2010.
She represented the state of Michigan in the national pageant, having previously won the 2010 Miss Michigan USA pageant.
In December 2010 at WWE Tribute to the Troops, she served as the ring announcer for the matches.
She later competed on WWE Tough Enough on USA and was eliminated in week four.
Fakih revealed that she is receiving wrestling training.
In April 2016, Fakih converted to Maronite Christianity, in Bkerké, the see of the Maronite Catholic Patriarchate, northeast of Beirut, before her marriage to Lebanese-Canadian music producer Wassim Slaiby also known as Tony Sal.
During and after the Miss USA pageant, Fakih's religious and ethnic identity became the subject of widespread discussion.
On the subject of identity, she was quoted as saying "I'd like to say I'm American first, and I am an Arab-American, I am Lebanese-American, and I am Muslim-American." but some Muslims felt she did not properly represent their religion. Responding to the issue in interviews, Fakih said she and her family are Muslims and respect the religion, but they may not be as strict as many people and do not define themselves by their religion; they view themselves as more "spiritual" than "religious" and appreciate all religions.
She is the daughter of Hussein and Nadia Fakih, and has four siblings, brothers Rabih and Rami, and sisters Rana and Rouba.
Rima and her three elder siblings were born in Lebanon, but the youngest, Rami was born in New York.
On May 24, 2011, The Roots performed a freestyle song about her during her appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.