6 – Gorgeous George
Gorgeous George – (Stephanie Bellars) born January 25, 1976, served as a professional wrestling valet for WCW and ECW. Bellars is a former stripper who came into the wrestling business as a result of being Macho Man Randy Savage’s girlfriend.
Bellars made her debut at the side of Savage at Spring Stampede in 1999. Her main WCW storyline began when Ric Flair suggested a match between her and his own protege, referee Charles Robinson, with the stipulation being that if George won, Savage could be reinstated in WCW. As a result, at Slamboree 1999 she defeated Robinson, granting Savage his job back.
After leaving WCW, she was asked to appear on TV to confront Chyna in the WWE, however Bellars declined, citing that she felt she was not ready for the WWE yet. In 2000, she returned briefly to ECW as “George” and was Tommy Dreamer’s valet for his match at Heatwave 2000. In 2001, she appeared for GLOOW as a referee. In mid-2001, she became a member of the X-Girls in the XWF, a dance group who came out and danced to entertain the fans during commercials, similar to the Nitro Girls from WCW. In 2004, Bellars had a few brief appearances in TNA as “Minsa”. Listen to Bellars on the June 30, 2013 episode of Pro Wrestling Weekend.
5 – Christy Hemme
Christy Hemme – born October 28, 1980, is an American actress, singer, model, professional wrestling valet, ring announcer and former professional wrestler with both TNA and the WWE. Hemme grew up in Temecula, California where she was a cheerleader for at Temecula Valley High. After graduating, she relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in modeling.
Hemme appeared in the music video of the Trace Adkins songs Chrome, and Honky Tonk Badonkadonk, and in videos for the bands Blink-182 and Sonic. Her modeling career led to joining the cast of Comedy Central’s The Man Show as a member of the Juggy Dance Squad in 2003. Hemme remained with the series for a year, during which she appeared on The Commies, a Comedy Central produced award show. She also competed as a quarterback for the Chicago Bliss Lingerie Football League team in the 2006 Lingerie Bowl.
In mid-2004, Hemme won the WWE Diva Search and awarded the prize of a one-year contract. In 2006, Hemme signed with TNA and debuted in April at Lockdown. On the December 10, 2009 edition of Impact! she debuted as a backstage interviewer. Hemme is one of less than ten women who have been named to the Smartasses Magazine Top 100 Sexiest Women Alive for each of it’s inaugural eight years, from 2006-2013. She peaked at #15 in 2011.
4 – Trish Stratus
Trish Stratus – (Patricia Anne Stratigias) born December 18, 1975, is a Canadian professional wrestler, actress and television personality. After beginning her career as a fitness model, she began working for the WWF in 2000, and made her debut as a heel on a March episode of Sunday Night Heat. Stratus was enshrined in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013.
Stratus was a one-time WWE Hardcore Champion, a three-time WWE Babe of the Year and was proclaimed Diva of the Decade. Stratus retired from professional wrestling at Unforgiven on September 17, 2006 after winning her seventh WWE Women’s Championship, the most in WWE history at the time. Stratus is an eight time champion overall.
On June 3, 2006, she hosted the Canada’s Walk of Fame induction ceremony and performed a song and dance number. During the show, Stratus ad libbed a kiss with fellow Canadian actress Pamela Anderson. In 2008, she hosted her own travel show also called Stratusphere.
3 – Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler – born October 14, 1979, is an American actress, former Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader, model, and a former professional wrestler & valet for WCW and WWE. Keibler was a contestant on the second season of Dancing with the Stars, where she placed third. She has also appeared on other shows, including George Lopez, October Road, How I Met Your Mother and Psych. Keibler is known for her unusually long legs.
She began her professional wrestling career as a part of the Nitro Girls in WCW, and quickly moved on to a more prominent role in the company as the manager “Miss Hancock”. As Miss Hancock, despite wearing business suits, her character was known for climbing on top of the announcer’s desk and doing table dances.
After WCW was purchased by WWE, she moved to the new company, taking part in the Invasion storyline and managing the Dudley Boyz. Keibler also managed Test & Scott Steiner, and The Hurricane & Rosey.