Louis van Amstel Edyta Sliwinska Jonathan Roberts Ashly DelGrosso Max Chmerkovskiy Andrea Hale Nick Kosovich Anna Trebunskaya Tony Dovolani Cheryl Burke
Lisa Rinna George Hamilton Giselle Fernandez P. Miller (aka Master P) Tia Carrere Kenny Mayne Tatum O'Neal Jerry RiceStacy Keibler Drew Lachey
Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler
Celebrity dancer

Dance      Score
w1 Waltz 22
w2 Rumba 29
w3 Tango 27
w4 Foxtrot 26
w5 Samba 30
w6 Jive 30
w7 Quickstep 27
w7 Cha Cha 28
w8 Jive 30
w8 Freestyle 26
w8 Samba 30
Professional Wrestler

Tony Dovolani

Growing up in Baltimore, Maryland, Stacy naturally gravitated towards physical activity. From the time she was three years old, Stacy was taking ballet, jazz and tap. The taste for the spotlight while dancing soon spurred an interest in modeling and acting. Prior to entering the world of wrestling, Stacy worked as a model and actress as well as a physical therapist technician and a Baltimore Ravens cheerleader.

Stacy got her start in wrestling with WCW after winning the Nitro Girl Search in late 1999. Stacy entered the WCW as "Sky", but quickly changed her persona to become "Miss Hancock" - a secretary for "Standards and Practices."

Not long after signing with the WWE, Stacy teamed up with her friend, Torrie Wilson. Together these two managed several successful tag teams including The Dudley Boyz (during which time she was nicknamed the "Duchess of Dudleyville") and the team of Test and Scott Steiner. Most recently, Stacy joined forces with Hurricane and Rosey, acting as their personal "superhero."

Stacy is one of a group of women who adds flair to an industry once dominated by male wrestlers. Her role includes getting into the ring and battling it out with the other "Divas" of the WWE.

Stacy was voted the 2004 WWE Babe of the Year, being the first WWE Diva to beat longtime winner Trish Stratus. Stacy's nickname is "The Legs of the WWE."