Every night can be a good night when you're Fergie and you're net worth is $30 million. Born as Stacy Ann Ferguson on March 27, 1975, in Hacienda Heights, California. As a child, she studied dance and acting, procuring minor speaking roles in the "Peanuts" cartoon, and a role on "Kids Incorporated" for which she holds the record for longest cast member. In the early 90s Fergie held minor acting roles in shows such as "Married With Children". She was set to return to acting in 2005 for John Carpenter's remake of "The Fog", but was unable to fulfill then role due to a last minute conflict. From 1991 to 2001 Fergie was one of the founders and lead singers of girl group, "Wild Orchid" along with two fellow "Kids Incorporated" cast mates. The group released two albums, and Fergie left the group after the record company declined to release a third. While performing in "Wild Orchid", she also developed a addiction to crystal-meth, which she addressed in her 2006 TIME Magazine interview.
It wasn't until she found her fame in 2003 with the group "The Black Eyed Peas" that everyone really knew the name, Fergie. BEP was already recording their third album "Elephunk" when Will.I.Am invited Fergie to audition for the song "Shut Up". After that album was released, she was offered a permanent spot as lead vocalist. Since then she has gone on to record a solo album entitled, "The Dutchess" which included her biggest number-one single "Big Girls Don't Cry", for which she earned a Grammy nomination. Most recently Fergie appeared as Saraghina, a gypsy prostitute from Rob Marshall's movie musical, "NINE". Fergie is married to actor Josh Duhamel.