Stacy Francis

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Stacy Francis
Birth name Stacy Francis
Born (1979-04-16) April 16, 1979 (age 40)
Origin Brooklyn, New York
Genres R&B, soul, gospel
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, actress, keyboardist
Instruments Voice, keyboard
Years active 1989-present
Labels Reprise Records, Full Force
Associated acts Ex Girlfriend, Nicole Scherzinger

Stacy Francis is an American singer and actress. She is best known for being a part of the girl group Ex Girlfriend and as a contestant in the first season of The X Factor USA. Francis has also made several television appearances on various shows. She also performed for Tom Cruise at his 40th birthday. Stacy participated in the nineteenth series of the UK television show Celebrity Big Brother as a "new star" housemate.


1990-2008: Ex Girlfriend and solo career

Francis was a part of an all female group called Ex Girlfriend. Besides Francis, the members consisted of Monica Boyd, Julia Robertson, and Tisha Hunter. They were signed to Reprise Records and released two studio albums. Francis also originated the role of Rusty in the Broadway musical Footloose as well as several other shows [1] After the disbanding of Ex Girlfriend Francis appeared in many films and TV shows, including Phil of the Future, The Parkers, Half & Half and Third Watch.

2011: The X Factor

In 2011, Francis auditioned for the first season of The X Factor USA in front of judges L.A. Reid, Paula Abdul, Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell. She sang Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" and received four yeses. At the beginning of bootcamp, she revealed that her father had just died.[2] She made it through bootcamp and to judges' houses, where she was mentored by Nicole Scherzinger. She was eliminated in week 4 after ending up in the bottom 2 with Astro. However Francis received more votes than Astro meaning if the result went to deadlock, Astro would’ve been eliminated. Stacy also has a vocal range of 5 octaves.

Performances on The X Factor

Episode Theme Song choice Result
Audition Auditionee's choice "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" Through to Bootcamp
Bootcamp 1 Judges' choice "A Song for You" Advanced
Bootcamp 2 Judges' choice "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" Advanced
Bootcamp 3 Solo performance "Summertime" Advanced
Judges' houses Solo "Purple Rain" Through to Live Shows
Live show 1 N/A "One More Try" Saved by Nicole Scherzinger
Live show 2 Judges' choice "Up to the Mountain" Safe (6th)
Live show 3 Songs from Movies "Queen of the Night" Safe (8th)
Live show 4 Rock "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" Bottom two
Final showdown (live show 4) Sing-off "Amazing Grace" Eliminated by judges' votes (10th)

2015: The Stacy Francis Show and Celebrity Big Brother

In February 2015, Francis began her own talk show "The Stacy Francis Show". The episodes are uploaded via the show's YouTube account.[3] She also joined the cast of the TVOne series R&B Divas: Los Angeles.[4]

In January 2017, Stacy became a new star houseguest on the nineteenth series of Celebrity Big Brother in the United Kingdom.


In 2018, Stacy signed to global artist agency in London United Kingdom. She also released a new song called Into my Eyes Featured singer Brandy Norwood.

Personal life

Francis is the daughter of an Italian American father and African American mother.


  • My Soulful Side (2008)
  • 2012: "Purple Rain"
  • 2012: "I Am the Change"
  • 2015: "I Still Believe"
  • 2018: "Into my eyes"



Year Title Role Notes
1990 The Bonfire of the Vanities Gospel singer Cameo appearance[citation needed]
2002 In My Opinion India
2005 Friends and Lovers Shelby
2008 The Club N/A Short film
2009 The Citation Parking enforcement officer


Year Title Role Notes
2000 Third Watch Val Episodes: "32 Bullets and a Broken Heart", "A Thousand Points of Light)"
2001 Strong Medicine Carrie Episode: "Zol Zein Gezint"
Yes, Dear Maureen Episode: "Baby Fight Club"
2002 Son of the Beach Cleo Taurus Episode: "In the Line of Booty"
Fastlane Girl singer #1 Episode: "Girls Own Juice"
The Parkers Choir singer Episode: "Make a Joyful Noise"
2003 Half & Half Regina Episode: "The Big Phat Mouth: Part 2"
2004 Phil of the Future Miss Hanks Episode: "Future Tutor"
2011 The X Factor USA Herself Contestant
2011 The Wendy Williams Show Herself Guest appearance
2015 R&B Divas: Los Angeles Herself Cast member (season 3)
2017 Celebrity Big Brother Herself Housemate (series 19)


  1. ^ "IBDB: The official source for Broadway Information". 4:44 pm - 12/24/2011.
  2. ^ "Stacy Francis Bio".
  3. ^ The Stacy Francis Show. Youtube. Retrieved on September 27, 2015
  4. ^ Former X Factor finalist Stacy Francis joins cast of R&B Divas: LA.

External links

  • Official website
  • Stacy Francis on IMDb
  • Stacy Francis discography at Discogs
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