"Then finally when I signed my deal deal, my very first deal, they also paid all of my college fees as a bonus. I think I owed like 40 grand, which they didn't have to do, I always felt was very, very cool of JR to do. He was like we're going to take care of your college, by the way. I was like oh, because that had been hanging over my head while I had been trying to just get somewhere and make it. I was like oh, man. I got this 40 grand that's over my head and I'm making 50 bucks on this show. Cool, now I'm making 210, but that's not going to chip away at 40 grand. So they took care of that when I signed my deal."
It now appears that WWE definitely wants to get a deal done with Stacy Keibler, as the company is hoping that she will make her return at Wrestlemania 30 and play a part in the pay per view. Some believe that she could be utilized as a backstage interviewer that night.
Rumors are running rampant that Stacy Keibler is returning to WWE. She recently met with Stephanie McMahon at a VH1 event in New York City. A lucrative offer was reportedly made to the former diva, and there's a good chance that she accepts the deal before Wrestlemania 30.
The NFL and VH1 have hired Stacy Keibler and Nick Cannon to host a series of concerts leading up to the Super Bowl, which is being held at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey this year. The game will be played on February 2, 2014.
Former WWE diva Stacy Keibler is filming an episode of the hit sitcom, How I Met Your Mother.