Fergie crashes Tom Ford event stage & self promotes

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Initially, at least, Tom's introduction went swimmingly. "I am grateful to be here supporting Trevor and what they are doing for young people in the LGBTQ community," Armie said. "I am here tonight to talk about a man whose life embodies what it means to change perceptions, to shadow stereotypes and provide a new perspective of hope." Before the actor could continue, he had to pause to introduce the singer. "Oh, yes!" Armie said. "Ladies and gentleman, Fergie!"

As Fergie made her way to the stage, Armie looked "surprised" and stepped aside, a guest said—and the night only got weirder from there. "No, I'm not Fergie; I am actually Armie Hammer. Thank you. I am going to win at the Academy Awards. Thanks!" the singer joked. "So, this is unexpected, and in typical Tom Ford style, I think he would love that—if he was here." People politely clapped as her jokes fell flat, as Tom's presence at the gala wasn't exactly a surprise. Unfazed, a rambling Fergie said, "They really love you. They do! They really love you!"


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"But, uh, Tom Ford is here. He's here on this bag. He's here on this amazing T-shirt, mock-style, long-sleeve shirt and fabulous skirt and pumps. But, he's also here as a person. And the thing is, behind all the Tom Ford life, which I thrive to get—I was really embarrassed that I didn't have Tom Ford makeup in my bag, by the way; so shaming—he is a person of compassion," she said in between inexplicable pauses. "He's a director. He loves to see people's feelings and listen."

With all eyes on her, Fergie told the audience, "This is not a shameless promotion; I have a lot of shame. Uh, I have a new song called 'A Little Work,' and I have a version that has alternate verses. And so, shamelessly—no! Shame! With shame!—I promote the Target version that has these bonus tracks with the alt verses. Um...these are the alt versus. Because honestly, just sitting there with you tonight, Tom Ford—purse-bag man, the myth, the legend—it made me think of that. These are the ones that might not be heard by all, but they will be heard by you."

Fergie then proceeded to sing a few lines from "A Little Work," off her sophomore album, Double Dutchess. "You think you know me, but you don't know me / They don't know nothing but easy roads / If I could show you them, imagine my soul / You'd probably say I'm crazy / I'm hungry and angry and lonely inside / Walk through the trenches, I've been through the fire / We all will fall and rise again to the call," she sang from the stage. "We're all just a little a bit broken / We're all just a little bit hurt / We've all got wounds half-open / We all can use a little work."

 

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After Tom took his seat, it was time for the night's final performance. However, Shoshannah Bean walked offstage so the technical crew could address some sound issues. During that time, Fergie jumped out of her seat and got onstage, unscripted, mystifying the crowd a second time.

Fergie then led the audience in a sing-along of "A Little Work."

"You don't know the other part, but that's cool, though," Fergie told them. "But you will!"

"Just, I guess, with full shame or no shame, I don't know, get it on iTones…iTones? That's a new one. iTunes," Fergie continued. "Anyway, just get it if you want. You know what? Listen if you want. If you like it, listen, if you don't—don't! But it's a song that is really personal to me and...Give it up for Tom Ford! Trevor Project! This project. I wasn't even planned to speak tonight, but I guess I can't stand it when everyone else is up here singing. Um, but this project really means so much to me. I mean, honestly, reading about the suicide, uh, percentage and—" Before she could finish, a voice came over the loudspeaker and said, "Ladies and gentlemen, the unpredictable Fergie." The voice then reintroduced Bean to the stage. "Anyway, thank you, Trevor Project," Fergie just before her microphone was shut off. "I'm really serious about that."

 

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Fergie sis :toofunny2:

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She's such a mess I love it.

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This era is a mess

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OMG. I had tickets to be there, but I didn't go. DAMMIT. I could have seen this live!

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Hahaha, why is she so unintentionally iconic?!

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All this hard work without Interscope. 

 

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Stacy, sis...

 

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Fergie sis do iTT

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Fergie, sis... not a sing a long :ahh:

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My friend went to this and he told me that one point she forced the audience to sing along and everyone wanted to die.

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WTF was she on?

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Fergie then led the audience in a sing-along of "A Little Work."

"You don't know the other part, but that's cool, though," Fergie told them. "But you will!"

"Just, I guess, with full shame or no shame, I don't know, get it on iTones…iTones? That's a new one. iTunes," Fergie continued. "Anyway, just get it if you want. You know what? Listen if you want. If you like it, listen, if you don't—don't! But it's a song that is really personal to me and...Give it up for Tom Ford! Trevor Project! This project. I wasn't even planned to speak tonight, but I guess I can't stand it when everyone else is up here singing. 

Does she even have a management team? 

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1 minute ago, diamondsdancing said:

My friend went to this and he told me that one point she forced the audience to sing along and everyone wanted to die.

I can't breathe. :ahh:

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Queen of promo. Respect her hustle, lemme give ha album some streams

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3 minutes ago, diamondsdancing said:

My friend went to this and he told me that one point she forced the audience to sing along and everyone wanted to die.

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Queen betta promote the most underrated album of the year. Like It Ain't Nuttin and Enchante weren't created to be flops :cm:

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Mess, the divorce has not been good on the sis.

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1 minute ago, PopNStuff said:

Mess, the divorce has not been good on the sis.

At least she's working harder than Hillary Duff. 

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rehabs calling

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Is she on drugs?! Wtf!!!

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Is she back on the substances? 

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It's so sad to see someone that I looked up to as a successful artist -- someone up there -- and her career has collapsed to what it is now. It's really sad, I was hoping she would at least get to Gwen Stefani's This Is What the Truth Feels Like-type of success.

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