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Fergie - Ben Barker People Magazine Fevereiro

Posted By lady_coco on Jun 7, 2008 at 4:52AM

Fall from grace: Fergie trips over in her towering heels

Posted By dirrtyhoney on May 8, 2008 at 4:29AM

Strutting around the streets of New York a fabulous pair of vertiginous heels can be a perilous sport - just ask Fergie.

The pop star took a rather embarrassing, not to mention painful, tumble as she left the Waverly Inn restaurant in the West Village last night after she lost her balance on her 5 inch peep-toe platforms.

Thankfully her burly security guard was on hand to catch her before she hit the pavement.

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Ouch! Pop star Fergie trips over as she leaves New York restaurant Waverly Inn last night
She managed to avoid a serious injury, but did walk away with a few grazes on her foot and a rather red face.

Perhaps Fergie can get some tips from another gang of high-heel aficionados - the Sex and the City girls. The singer recently recorded the theme song for the upcoming silver screen release.

The catchy pop track, titled Labels or Love, incorporates the show's classic instrumental theme at the beginning and end.

My pumps: the star walked a way with a few grazes on her feet
The 33-year-old says: "I grew up watching Sex and the City and I know a lot of my girlfriends did as well."

"We felt like these characters were our friends, so to be a part of this project has been amazing."

Jennifer Hudson, who plays Carrie Bradshaw's assistant in the movie, also has a new song on the soundtrack, All Dressed in Love.

Smile the pain away: Fergie managed to laugh off the embarrassing - and painful - moment

Source: http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/pages/live/articles/showbiz/showbiznews.ht...

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'The Dutchess' - Deluxe

Posted By lady_coco on May 4, 2008 at 4:47AM

Fergie´s 'The Dutchess: Deluxe' will be released next May 27th, with four new tracks. Some people believe "Pick It Up" is out of the album, and the tracklist would be:

"Labels and Love" (from 'Sex And The City' soundtrack)
"Party People" feat Nelly
"Clumsy" (Soulja Boy Remix)
"Barracuda" (cover of Heart)

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Will.i.am clears up rumors

Posted By lady_coco on May 4, 2008 at 4:39AM

Fergie is not being replaced, and the end of the Black Eyed Peas is a rumor - once again. But this time the rumor was so commented by the fans that the own Will.i.am had to clear it all up today - at the BEP.com. Check his own words:

hello everyone...
i know people are upset about a rumor...
i did not say i want to replace fergie...
so please stop saying i said that...
and please dont believe everything on the internet...
fergie is like a sister too me...
and i love her like family...
becasue she is family...
just like i love apl and taboo...
and i would never disrespect my home or family...
so thanks for the support...
and just know i care about my group...
and i would never say anything bad about anyone in our group...
or put anyone befor any member in the peas...
if i wrote of produce a song thats great "its the peas, or fergies" first...
thats how i am and how i will always be...

i was only giving cheryll a compliment...
because she is good...
nothing more than that...

we would never replace taboo with micheal jackson...
we would never replace apl with usher...
and we would never replace me with wycleff...

black eyed peas will never break up...
never ever ever ever ever ever...
weve been together for 15years...
and weve been releasing music for 10years...
and nothing will break up our family of music...
and when we do solo projects it just makes our family stronger...
and we are proud of fergie...
and fergie is proud of us...

thank you guys...


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Fergie´s interview for the Schaeffer Eye Center Festival

Posted By lady_coco on May 4, 2008 at 4:32AM

Check Fergie´s interview for the Schaeffer Eye Center Crawfish Boil. This interview was done before the singer´s performance:

Bubbling with excitement: Fergie ready to perform, eat mudbugs at Schaeffer Eye Center Crawfish Boil

Fergie is perky.
If you don't like that adjective, choose another one: cheerful, upbeat, bubbly, sunny, gleeful. The woman born Stacy Ann Ferguson might be a pop superstar and a trendy glamour puss, but her celebrity status doesn't make her sound haughty or bored.

During a recent phone conversation, the singer is bursting with goodwill, eager to chat about her Saturday appearance at the Schaeffer Eye Center Crawfish Boil. She asks questions about the festival, a tradition in Birmingham since 1986. Fergie also says she can't wait to dig into a plate of mudbugs. "I'd like to taste some of those," she says. "I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty."

Seems that the svelte solo artist and member of the Black Eyed Peas is something of a foodie. Southern shellfish doesn't daunt her, and neither do tongue-burning seasonings. "I'm a spice girl," says Fergie, 33. "I carry spices around with me on tour."

Fans will tell you, however, that her artistic reputation beats anything manufactured by those gals nicknamed Sporty, Posh, Ginger, Baby and Scary. Put Fergie out front and she can really sing, as she has proved countless times on hits such as "London Bridge," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Glamorous," "Clumsy" and "Fergalicious."

Fergie has a few gymnastic tricks in her repertoire, as well, and has been known to perform one-handed walkovers on stage. These aren't cartwheels, Fergie explains, although she's not about to complain if people mislabel them. Acrobatics came into play, Fergie says, while she was performing with her bandmate in the Black Eyes Peas, William James Adams Jr. (stage name: will.i.am).

"We were doing a battle during a song, and he started break dancing," she says. "I had to step up and do something. I took gymnastics when I was younger, so I tried a walk-over and found I could still do it."

When paparazzi snap shots of Fergie at glitzy events in Hollywood, she's usually wearing figure-baring fashions and dangerously high stilettos. That wouldn't work on stage, she says, laughing. "Oh, no, I don't usually perform in a lot of heels," she says. "I only wear those at awards shows, when it's like the prom."

Instead, Fergie says, she's all about comfort, individuality and girl power. Moms tend to bring their daughters to her solo shows -- Fergie has lots of preteen admirers who know her songs by heart -- and if she could teach them anything, she says, it would be to find happiness in their own skins. "People made fun of me when I was in school," she recalls. "I was different, and they always made fun of my clothes. But now I embrace being me. I'm not afraid to take chances."

Developing a stage show and touring with her own group of backing musicians was a challenge at first, Fergie admits. "But I've pretty much gotten my sea legs now," she says. "I've always been in bands with other people, so it made me nervous. But I've gotten more experience and pushed through it."

Fergie's past hasn't always been rosy -- the former child star and girl-group singer struggled with drug addiction before she found her niche with the Black Eyed Peas -- but Fergie says adversity has made her stronger. "I was a people pleaser in my younger years," she says. "I got into drugs and went to a lot of therapy. I learned healthy ways to have creative outlets."

Now, in addition to her music career, Fergie designs a line of handbags for the Kipling company. She models, acts and is the spokeswoman for line of M.A.C. cosmetics, Viva Glam, that donates all its proceeds to an AIDS charity.

Her 2006 debut, "The Dutchess," continues to draw listeners, and she's still highly involved with the Black Eyed Peas. But Fergie says it's about time she started working on another solo disc with her friend and producer, will.i.am. "We're planning on going into the studio this year and nurture some songs," she says. "But 'The Dutchess' is still doing well. It's got more legs than I have."

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Fergie on May issue of 'OK' magazine

Posted By lady_coco on May 4, 2008 at 4:28AM

Fergie for OK magazine -

Fergie is one "Glamorous" bag lady. The Grammy-winning superstar is launching her newest creations for her bag line, Fergie for Kipling, and gave OK! a sneak peek at the eclectic collection.

"The designs are about my high school years," she tells OK!. "There’s tie-dye, there’s Jerry Garcia, it’s groovy. That’s when I was able to just go down to Venice Beach – go with a really big bag with all my stuff in it and just walk around and just people watch."
And when she's not busy concocting designs, the 33-year-old is working on new tunes (including the Sex and the City movie theme) and planning her upcoming nuptials to Las Vegas star Josh Duhamel. Find out how she does it all!

What was the inspiration for launching a bookbag line?
The first bag design I did, I was basically in the mode of the Dutchess album, so I was using a lot of the elements that were in my mind – things that related to Dutchess. With this, there was a fresh palette and it was fun so I was thinking, “Let me go deeper, I want to go back to my high school years. And that’s what the designs are about.

How do they reflect your high-school years?
California Doll, that line is all about it. There’s tie-dye, there’s Jerry Garcia, it’s groovy. That’s when I was able to just go down to Venice Beach – go with a really big bag with all my stuff in it and just walk around and just people watch. It started off with the domino print, that’s from before that would be with kickbacks. Guys would be sitting around, playing dominoes, dollar bills crumpled up, everybody’s playing.
It would just be really fun and loud and just reminded me of back in the day. So we started playing with that idea – a gambler, a risk taker. And the colors that came to mind were reminiscent of race car driving, the bold colors. Chic Rocker is the third line, is more street influenced. A bandana print really started that inspiration – each one starts off in kind of a pattern – so this started with the bandana.

So did the Domino have any inspiration because of Las Vegas?
I think that was a lucky coincidence! The laws of attraction, I guess. I am a gambler.

Will this collection inspire your music?
Yeah, you know, it brings back memories. There are things inside that if you start thinking about it, you start remembering other things. It’s how people relate. It turns into a statement of who you are. If you can relate to something that bag says, that kind of says a little bit about who you are.

You did Candies, you have your bag line, you did MAC makeup... What's next — jewelry?
Mixing Cartier with Chrome Hearts [shows off engagement ring]. I call this one "Duhamel," it’s an original. He did a good job! But I’ll take it step by step, day by day because I don’t want to swamp myself and if I sign up for something, I won’t have the time and put the effort in. The great thing about Kipling is that they were ready for my ideas, which was great because I had so many ideas and so many opinions.

Your song "Labels or Love" is the theme to the Sex and the City movie. How were you inspired to write it?
The song completely fits the personalities of the girls – it’s kind of a love triangle between love, friends and fashion. I was thrilled to do this song, I’ve been such a huge fan for so long. My mother and I would watch it religiously. So when I saw the movie, I got all of the references. I loved it.

Who would you like to collaborate with?
I want to collaborate with a lot of people. I love Nelly. He’s such a great performer, he’s so hyper and so am I.

How do you stay so grounded in this industry? Who’s your support system?
I have my team. Like if you see everyone around me – I have my hair and makeup girl, my assistant. They’re very calm, they’re all about positive energy. There’re no drama queens. Everyone wants everyone else to have a positive experience. There are no agendas. I think it creates a healthy environment and they are no boundaries to cross.

So, planning a wedding – is it stressful?
I don’t know, I haven’t started yet! [laughs hysterically] They say we have a date or something like next summer, but it’s like "Really? Thanks! Good to know!"

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Fergie indo/fazendo compras na Calvin Klen

Posted By lady_coco on Apr 18, 2008 at 5:10AM

Fergie James Dimmock

Posted By lady_coco on Apr 16, 2008 at 6:10AM

Fergie hot going to studio

Posted By lady_coco on Apr 16, 2008 at 6:02AM

Party people video shot

Posted By lady_coco on Apr 13, 2008 at 5:29AM