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Are You Still Interested in Fergie's Past?

Are You Still Interested in Stories About Fergie's Past?

Fergie has more than her fair share of things to promote, from her music with the Black Eyed Peas to her upcoming film Nine. She opened up to Vogue about her movie project, and recently sat down with The Times of London to chat about her current work as well as her past. They touched on her former drug addictions, with Fergie saying:

"It started with ecstasy. I loved ecstasy. Loved it, loved it. It was great at first, then it just went. . . [she mimes a crashing plane with her forearm. And crystal meth?] It ruins you."

We've heard Fergie discuss her past troubles before, but we're curious about your thoughts — are you still interested in stories about Fergie's past?

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Iris1000 Iris1000 6 years
I like Fergie without bringing her "dirty laundry" into the picture now. Goodness, a lot of people have done some things that are not "sterling", but it doesn't mean they have to come clean and tell us about it. I will be so happy when the world gets out of this "confessional" stage. Don't want to hear about it, and wish a big deal wouldn't be made about it when people find out they "did it". Whatever it was.
weffie weffie 6 years
I understand bringing it up frequently because former addicts are still a type of addict, and their addictions are part of them forever and are always on their minds... I don't usually read entire interviews with her anyway cos I'm not particularly interested, but I wouldn't hold it against her that such a big part of her life gets a lot of mentions.
clew001 clew001 6 years
my answer is no, i just cant stand her.
mommy2one mommy2one 6 years
i think it is awesome she can share what shes been through and spread the word that its not the life to live and its bad news to be hooked on that stuff, her young fans that really look up to her will hopefully remember what happened to her next time they are in a bad situation and if they turn their head and say no, then obviously Fergie talking about it is doing good, not bad....so I think she can talk about it all she wants
missyd missyd 6 years
i think she uses it as an attention seeking thing, like a pity party. Ok we got it the first 50 times. You had a drug problem. not to be cold, but moving on... It's like these useless stars that all they can talk about is their weight or past EDs. They use it to keep them relevant.
missyd missyd 6 years
i think she uses it as an attention seeking thing, like a pity party. Ok we got it the first 50 times. You had a drug problem. not to be cold, but moving on...It's like these useless stars that all they can talk about is their weight or past EDs. They use it to keep them relevant.
GMarie GMarie 6 years
I think it's actually great. A lot of people, particularly young people look up to her and to hear that there's a crash after the high is important.
spicyaroma spicyaroma 6 years
Well I do love Fergie, she's been through a lot and has come out as strong as ever- and I respect that :)
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