Fergie Dated Justin Timberlake

February 13, 2012 by staff 

Fergie Dated Justin Timberlake, After spending more than five seasons on Kids Incorporated during the ’80s, Fergie became part of the all-girl pop trio Wild Orchid. In 2003, she joined the funk band Black Eyed Peas, who then became famous for their collaboration with Justin Timberlake on the song “Where is the Love?” and for their arousing “My Humps.” Fergie has since ventured into a successful solo career, with several songs going No. 1 on the charts.
” “There’s a song on the album called ‘Pedestal,’ which is my answer back to people who don’t do anything with their lives but stay on the internet for hours and talk sh*t about me. – Fergie”
There’s something absolutely libidinous about a woman in the hip-hop industry. It’s all about attitude, this in-your-face, come-hither mindset that calls upon the audience to imagine what the music suggests. Fergie embodies this state of mind and as a result she was chosen as one of Maxim’s Hot 100 Women of 2006.

Fergie dated Justin Timberlake, who seems to have dated every sultry celebrity, before Britney Spears came along. And men aren’t the only ones who find her appealing: A lot of the groupies that attend Fergie’s concerts are lsbns hoping to get lucky. What we wouldn’t give for a glimpse of that!
Fergie was a part of the long-running tuneful television show Kids Incorporated, a show that also launched Jennifer Love Hewitt’s career, between 1984 and 1989. In 1988, she sang backup on several songs on Martika’s eponymous debut album.

In the mid-’90s, Fergie joined her friends Stefanie Ridel and Renee Sandstrom, and they formed the band Wild Orchid. They released two albums: Wild Orchid in 1997 and Oxygen in 1998. A year later, they hosted their own FOX Family Channel Saturday morning show, Great Pretenders.

Fergie met with of the Black Eyed Peas and joined the band in 2003, just in time for the release of their third album Elephunk. Finally, in September 2006, her first solo album debuted, The Dutchess.

Stacy Ann Ferguson was born on March 27th, 1975, in Hacienda Heights, California. Her parents, Terri and Pat, encouraged Fergie and her younger sister Dana to pursue careers in the entertainment industry, even though they were devout Catholics.

Fergie began her acting career as the voice of Sally on the Saturday morning cartoon The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show in 1983, as well as on two TV specials: It’s Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (1984) and Snoopy’s Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985).

In 1984, following a spot in a commercial for Rice Krispies, she appeared in the pilot for the long-running musical television show, Kids Incorporated. The show, which also starred Jennifer Love Hewitt and the girl who would become goth pop princess Martika, was a hit with Saturday morning audiences, and Fergie sang backup on it until 1989.

fergie on kids incorporated
In 1986, Fergie appeared on two TV specials: Kids Incorporated: Chartbusters and Kids Incorporated: Rock In the New Year before leaving the spotlight in 1989 and settled down to live a normal teenager’s life.

Music was always her first passion and she teamed up with Stefanie Ridel and fellow Kids Incorporated member Renee Sandstrom to form the band Wild Orchid. In 1999, they had their own Saturday morning show on the FOX Family Channel.

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