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MUSIC SENSATION FERGIE TO PERFORM AND HOST HOLLYWOOD PARTY SEGMENTS OF ABC’S “DICK CLARK’S NEW YEAR’S ROCKIN’ EVE 2007” ON DECEMBER 31
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MUSIC SENSATION FERGIE TO PERFORM AND HOST HOLLYWOOD PARTY SEGMENTS OF ABCS DICK CLARKS NEW YEARS ROCKIN EVE 2007 ON DECEMBER 31

NATASHA BEDINGFIELD, MEAT LOAF AND LATIN MUSIC PHENOMENON RBD TO ALSO PERFORM ON 35TH ANNUAL SPECIAL

Fergie will rock the hottest New Years party celebration in Hollywood as part of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2007, airing Sunday, December 31 on the ABC Television Network. In addition to hosting the party, Fergie will perform and introduce performances by Natasha Bedingfield, Meat Loaf and Latin music phenomenon RBD. For the 35th consecutive year the show will lead America into the New Year, as Dick Clark and Ryan Seacrest host three specials from New York. In all there will be three and a half hours of special New Years programming:

Dick Clarks Primetime New Years Rockin Eve 2007 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET)

Dick Clarks New Years Rockin Eve 2007, Part 1 (11:35 p.m. -1:05 a.m., ET)

Dick Clarks New Years Rockin Eve 2007, Part 2 (1:05-2:05 a.m., ET)

The past year has been one of continued success for Fergie as a solo artist and with the Black Eyed Peas. On her stellar solo debut, The Dutchess, Fergies first single, London Bridge, made history as it bulleted its way up the Billboard Hot 100 chart, reaching the No. 1 spot in three short weeks, the second-highest jump ever recorded by Billboard. The follow-up record, Fergalicious, is already Top 3 and still climbing. Last week, as part of the Black Eyed Peas, Fergie won the trifecta at the American Music Awards with wins for Best Group in both the rap/hip hop and soul/rhythm and blues categories, and their latest release, Monkey Business, was named favorite rap/hip-hop album.

A worldwide success, New Zealand-born Natasha Bedingfield has taken up permanent residence at the top of the pop charts as the singer-songwriter who recently made her Billboard chart debut with her hit single, Unwritten. Internationally, her lyrical honesty and vocal clarity have earned her triple platinum status in the UK and nominations for four coveted BRIT Awards this year in the categories of British Female Solo Artist, British Breakthrough Artist, Best Single and Best Pop Act.

In 1977 Meat Loaf made history with the release of Bat Out of Hell. Sixteen years later, lightning struck twice with Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell, which earned Meat Loaf a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Solo Performance. Combined, the two albums sold nearly 50 million copies worldwide, establishing Bat Out of Hell as a true musical franchise. Recently rocks most epic adventure returned once more to complete the trilogy with the release of Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose.

RBD has catapulted onto the music scene with their most recent single, Ser O Parecer, currently at No. 1 on Billboards Hot Latin Songs chart, and their bi-lingual hit, Tu Amor, breaking into the Billboard Pop charts. Unlike most bands, RBD was created as part of a television show premise the main characters of the telenovela Rebelde formed a band, RBD, and their journey was chronicled through the shows 440 episodes over three seasons. During the show, the group released their debut album, Rebelde, and have since garnered worldwide popularity.

The New Years Rockin Eve 2007 specials are presentations of dick clark productions, inc. Dick Clark, Ryan Seacrest and Allen Shapiro are the executive producers. Larry Klein produces and Barry Glazer directs. Writer is Barry Adelman. Production designer is Bruce Ryan. Talent producer is Carla Patterson. Fran La Maina is executive in charge.

Fergie and Josh Duhamel Share Their Relationship Secrets


Fergie & Josh Duhamel Share Their Relationship Secrets
MONDAY FEBRUARY 05, 2007 08:00 AM EST

By Kristin Harmel

Duhamel and Fergie

Photo by: Devan / INF

How do Fergie and Josh Duhamel's keep their relationship strong? Fishing, cooking and karaoke.

"We always do quirky romantic things," Fergie, 31, told PEOPLE Saturday at the 5th Annual Cadillac Super Bowl Grand Prix, where the singer, Duhamel, 34, and other stars raced go-karts for charity in Miami.

"It's not just Valentine's Day. Like we went to Cabo San Lucas, and we took a cooking class and we went fishing for marlin and mahi mahi."

And she's not the only one who can belt out a tune. "We sing karaoke. At his house, he has a karaoke machine," she said.

"Sometimes we'll sing really corny duets together when a couple of our friends are over. He does 'Total Eclipse of the Heart,' which is amazing. You've never seen anything like it. He gets into it. He's pretty good. He's better than you would think!"

Duhamel, who is about to wrap the fourth season of NBC's Las Vegas, added that they've figured out how to avoid the pitfalls of a high-profile relationship.

"We just genuinely love each other," he said. "We stay out of the spotlight as much as we can. So many times people are too in the spotlight, which puts too much pressure on things."

That doesn't mean they don't pay attention to what the media is saying about them. Last week, Fergie denied reports that they were getting married. "We get a kick out of it," Fergie told PEOPLE. "Every other week, we hear we're engaged."

At the go-kart race, Duhamel, last year's defending champion, was excited about taking on Fergie, who was racing for the first time.

"I'm looking forward to beating my girlfriend," he said. "She's been talking smack all week. She wants a trophy of her own."

"I'm just hoping my natural abilities will come into fruition during the race," Fergie joked. "We get a little competitive sometimes. We had a lasagna cook-off one time and basically I was the better bluffer. He won the contest because mine ended up soggy."

Unfortunately for the "Fergalicious" singer, she was defeated in the first round of the three-round race, which also included Nick Lachey, Queen Latifah, Paul Rudd, Terrence Howard, Venus Williams, Melina Kanakaredes and quarterback Matt Leinart. Duhamel made it to the final round, along with Lachey and TV personalities Leann Tweedon and Tony Potts.

(Tweedon won the race – and a check for $10,000, which she donated to the charity Wounded Warrior. Lachey donated his $5,000 second place prize to the Make-a-Wish Foundation and Potts gave his third-place prize of $2,000 to Haven Hills.)

Lachey was there without his girlfriend, Vanessa Minnillo.

Fergie: Josh Duhamel Is My Private Dancer




Fergie: Josh Duhamel Is My Private Dancer
TUESDAY APRIL 03, 2007 09:20 AM EDT


By Stephen M. Silverman

Josh Duhamel and Fergie
Photo by: Chris Polk / FilmMagic

Fergie and Josh Duhamel have already revealed they keep their romance hot with karaoke and fishing trips – and now you can add sexy dancing to that list.

"He just dances for me in private, in some very interesting outfits," the singer, 32, tells Playboy in its May issue. "He bought me these amazing boots at the Hustler store. They're thigh-high patent leather with a big long zipper. They're hard to get on, but it's worth it."

Does Fergie (real name: Stacy Ferguson) make Duhamel, 34, dance to her own music? "Make him? He wants to. He likes dancing. I slow dance with him, but I have to stand on his feet because I'm too short. He's 6'3" and I'm 5'4". Luckily I took ballet, so I know how to stand en pointe."

The couple have been dating since 2004, though they first met in Duhamel's subconscious. "I had read in a magazine that he had a naughty dream about me," Fergie says. "All my friends knew about him because he had been a soap-opera star. I'm not into soap operas, but they told me, 'You gotta go out with him. Do it for the group. Take one for the team.'

"Time went by, and I saw on the schedule that we were taping a show called Las Vegas, and I thought, Is this the show he's on? We met, and I said, 'I read you had a dream about me.' He said yeah, and I asked, 'Was it good?' He said it was. So we hit it off."

Fergie in Playboy

Photo by: Courtesy Playboy Magazine
The former Black Eyed Peas singer also hit it off with audiences on her first solo effort, last year's The Duchess. "Next time I might do a reggae or hip-hop album," she says. "But for this album I wanted to get really personal with the audience."

Speaking of which, what about that 2005 photo from a San Diego concert in which it looks like she wet her pants onstage?

"Embarrassment," she says. "Everyone told me not to talk about it, but I wanted to call people and tell them what had happened. I was advised not to, and I didn't for a while. Now I'm just honest about it. It's embarrassing, but you just have to let it go at some point."

J.Lo, Fergie to perform at Fashion Rocks

J.Lo, Fergie to perform at Fashion Rocks

06/27/2007 10:40 AM, AP
Samantha Critchell


Jennifer Lopez, Fergie, Fall Out Boy and Usher will perform at the fourth annual Fashion Rocks concert celebrating the relationship between music and fashion.

The show, hosted by "Entourage" star Jeremy Piven, will be held Sept. 6 at Radio City Music Hall. It will air the following night in a two-hour special on CBS.

Fashion Rocks will be among the events during New York Fashion Week.

Aerosmith, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, Alicia Keys, Avril Lavigne, Ludacris, Martina McBride and Santana are also scheduled to appear.

"The synergy between fashion and music is even more pronounced now than it was when we first created Fashion Rocks three years ago," said Richard Beckman, president of Conde Nast Media Group, in a statement Wednesday. "Each year the line between the two becomes increasingly blurred as more musicians launch fashion lines and more designers align themselves with musicians."

Fashion Rocks magazine will also return, with Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour again at the helm. The magazine will accompany the September issue of 17 Conde Nast titles.

Concert canceled after Fergie falls ill

Concert canceled after Fergie falls ill

10/09/2007 6:00 PM, AP
The Associated Press

The Black Eyed Peas canceled a concert in San Salvador after Fergie fell ill. The daily newspaper La Prensa Grafica reported that some 10,000 people were at the concert Friday when the 32-year-old singer suddenly told the crowd she was sick. The show was canceled minutes later.

The band was in Mexico and Central America as part of their "Monkey Business" tour.

Two Show, the concert's organizer, said in a statement Monday that it plans to reschedule the concert sometime within the next three months. It also offered refunds to dissatisfied fans.


The statement didn't say why the show was canceled, and Two Show didn't return calls seeking comment.

Fergie Felled by Food Poisoning

Fergie Felled by Food Poisoning

10/10/2007 11:00 AM, E! Online



It's definitely time for the Black Eyed Peas to invest in a private caterer.

The Grammy-winning rap outfit was forced to call off a gig in San Salvador midway through the show last Friday, after Fergie artist informed the crowd she had fallen ill from food poisoning—the same excuse proffered by band mate Taboo in Stockholm last month when the group was forced to suspend yet another tour stop.

"I am so sorry I can't give you the full show tonight," Fergie told the crowd of roughly 10,000 fans last week. "I am not one of those bitches who cancels their show for 'exhaustion,' okay?"


"I have never canceled a show in my life. I was basically sick on my death bed with food poisoning and I said, 'I cannot do the show, I can't do it. I'm not gonna do it to my fans and look like a jackass.'

"So, I got it together and I might not look pretty or cute or have makeup on or have changes, but you know what? I came here for you," she added, gesturing to the tracksuit, sunglasses and baseball cap she was sporting in lieu of her usual stage attire.

Fergie then launched into a brief a capella version of her solo hit, "Big Girls Don't Cry," before stopping to say she needed to get some fluids. Before exiting the stage, Fergie promised fans she would make up for her half-hearted performance by coming back to El Salvador and performing a free concert.

Moments after she ducked backstage, the crowd was informed that the concert was off.

The gig at San Salvador's Gimnasio Nacional was part of the group's Black, Blue and You tour of Mexico and Central America. In addition to the promised free concert by Fergie, the Black Eyed Peas' concert promoter, Two Show, announced that it will reschedule the concert for some time within the next three months, and that full refunds would be available to those who didn't want to try their chances at the follow-up gig.

By then, all the Peas should have a stockpile of Maalox.

The group nixed its Sept. 13 set in Stockholm about halfway through the show, when Fergie announced that Taboo had been taken to the emergency room. "We believe he has food poisoning," she said.

At the after-party, she told a reporter for the Swedish newspaper Expressen that Taboo was already out of the hospital, sleeping off the bug in their hotel room.