After appearing on the cover of the October 2004 issue of SmackDown! Magazine alongside Big Show and various other models, the Mississippi native made such an impression with World Wrestling Entertainment officials that it didn't take long for them to hire her as a WWE Diva.
Lauren Jones made her WWE debut on the December 16, 2004 edition of SmackDown in a backstage segment with Booker T and the late Eddie Guerrero, becoming a member of the SmackDown brand from that point forward. While on the road, Jones was trained by Kenzo Suzuki's wife Hiroko, French wrestler RenĂ© Dupree, and various trainers.
Jones made her lone pay-per-view appearance at No Way Out, competing in the "2005 Rookie Diva of the Year" competition alongside Joy Giovanni, Michelle McCool and Rochelle Loewen. Jones came up short in the competition, losing to Giovanni.
Jones would continue to sporadically appear on SmackDown in diva-themed segments through June 2005 before parting ways with the company to pursue other avenues.