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Other Profession(s): Actress, Rapper, Song writer
Famous For: The Dutches Song, Pop, hip-hop Singer
Higher Education: High School
Fergie is a singer, songwriter, and actress. She is the singer who rose to prominence as one of the members of the Black Eyed Peas. She has released several successful solo albums, including "The Dutchess" and "Double Dutchess." Fergie has also acted in several films and television shows, including "Nine" and "Gone in 60 Seconds."
1992: Fergie joins the girl group Wild Orchid.
2002: She joins the Black Eyed Peas, replacing the original female vocalist.
Fergie debut solo album: "The Dutchess” was released in the year 2006 and became a commercial success and included hit singles like "London Bridge" and "Fergalicious."
2009: The Black Eyed Peas release their fifth studio album, "The E.N.D." which includes the hit single "I Gotta Feeling."
2017: Fergie releases her second solo album, "Double Dutchess," featuring the single "Life Goes On."
Fergie has continued to perform, collaborate with other artists, and act in films and television shows throughout her career.
Fergie in National Anthem performance: In 2018, Fergie faced criticism for her rendition of the U.S. national anthem.
Fergie Drug addiction: Fergie has been open about her past struggles with addiction, including her use of crystal meth.
Fergie Racial Insensitivity: In 2007, Fergie faced backlash for using an exaggerated and stereotypical accent while performing the song "London Bridge."
Fergie Explicit Lyrics: Fergie's music has often been criticized for being too explicit and sexual in nature.
Fergie Notable Songs:
"Big Girls Don't Cry"
"A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)"
"Life Goes On"
"L.A. Love (La La)"
"I Gotta Feeling" (with the Black Eyed Peas)