Famous people are clearly just different than regular people. They have teams of stylists, hair people and make up people who cater to their every whim. They have their photos taken everywhere they go, and they have their image scrutinized by fashion blogs, gossip mags and celeb TV shows. Which is all why I find it a little weird that former Black Eyed Pea Fergie decided to go out like this…
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Fergie hopes you know that this has nothing to do with you. It’s personal — she’s got some figuring out to do.
Although only last year, the singer-actress said of her family life, “You can be a mother and still be completely sexy … [but] right now, I don’t want anything clouding my focus,” it seems she may have changed her tune.
The Dutchess recently announced that she’ll be taking some time off from her career as a solo hit-maker to get in touch with her domestic side — and hubby Josh Duhamel. Read more… Keep reading »
“I completely understand. [Christina is] one of the best singers of our time. Nobody can take that away. But you get nervous at these things. We’re human. It’s such a huge venue, your nerves take a hold of you.”
—Fergie defends Christina Aguilera’s much-maligned National Anthem lyric snafu at the Super Bowl. Wait, does that explain why the Black Eyed Peas sounded so terrible during halftime? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
“I just look for a really nice a**! No. You grow up and you realize it isn’t just about the aesthetic. It’s about whether or not that person makes you better and whether or not that person makes you happy. You’re lucky if you can find it.”
—Josh Duhamel says that it took some maturing to realize what he was actually looking for in a relationship. And, awww, he found Fergie. Too bad his character in “The Romantics” hasn’t been so lucky. [People] Keep reading »
It seems every celebrity has a fragrance nowadays, and oftentimes you get the feeling the celebrity slapped their name on the perfume bottle without regard for what was actually in it. This is not the case with Outspoken by Fergie. The singer not only worked with Avon for two years to develop the fragrance, but also, somehow, captured her essence in a bottle. Keep reading »
“You know, in Italy, Catholic boys are raised to believe there are two types of women: the Madonna and the whore … And me? I’m both.”
– Fergie on her “universal appeal” in Cosmopolitan UK [Huffington Post] Keep reading »