Stacy Ann Ferguson was born on March 27, 1975 in Hacienda Heights, California. When it comes to Fergie, we know this big girl doesn't cry! Starting her career at a young age, she appeared as an actress on the television show Kids Incorporated. From there she went into her singing career in the music group called Wild Orchid, which broke up shortly after their third album was recorded and denied release. Sadly, she took a turn down a dark road with an addiction to crystal meth. Luckily she cleaned up her act and got right back into the business.
In 2003, will.i.am from Black Eyed Peas held auditions for the song "Shut Up" on the album Elephunk. Fergie became the newest addition to the group, fitting right in with the boys. After two hit albums with the Peas, Fergie went solo with her debut album The Dutchess in 2006. The album spawned 5 number one hits, which had "Big Girls Don't Cry" as her #1 worldwide hit. She also recorded the song "Labels and Love" for the Sex and the City soundtrack in 2008. On top of all of this fame, she has still time for her hubby and Hollywood heartthrob Josh Duhamel.
- Fergie is a fan of hypnotherapy, which helped her overcome her meth addiction and helps her to relax.
- In her younger career, she did the voices of the Peanuts characters Lucy and Sally.
- Fergie was a spelling bee champ and a Girl Scout.