Stacy Keibler was born in Baltimore on 14th October 1979, Stacy Anne-Marie Keibler grew up wanting to be a star. Her parents, Gary & Patricia, nourished their only child’s dream by taking her to ballet, tap and gymnastics lessons. By age five, Keibler had even earned her SAG card.
She joined the Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders in 1998, where she graced a Ravens trading card. A year later, Keibler’s life changed forever when she entered a dance contest for a spot in the WWE Nitro Girls lineup. After winning the contest and $10,000, Keibler joined the crazy world of wrestle-mania by dancing with her fellow Nitro Girls during commercial breaks of “WCW Monday Nitro” (1995-2001).
After only a month, she was promoted from sideline dancer to wrestler in the ring – using the stage name Miss Hancock on TV’s popular “WCW: Saturday Night” (1991-2000). Keibler learned the ropes and soon became a fan favorite – especially when administering her trademark moves like the spinning karate kick and the foot choke.
The less talented dancer but beloved former football great Jerry Rice bested Keibler with viewer votes, providing the only shock of the night. The "Dancing with the Stars" champion -- once Keibler lost her shot -- went, not suprisingly, to former 98 Degrees singer and brother of Nick, Drew Lachey.