Fergie Credits Justin Timberlake For Peas’ Success

World Entertainment News Network reports that Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas is crediting ex-lover of for triggering her international success. Fergie cited Timberlake’s vocals on the Peas’ breakthrough single ‘Where Is The Love?’ as bringing the group commercial success. “I don’t take credit for that, ‘Where Is The Love?’ hit a button with people and it had on it who was just getting really huge,” she said. “I was more the icing on the cake. It is a bit weird but he’s a doll, a real doll. A really good guy. I had a lot of fun with him. Actually, working with him is great. It wasn’t a long term serious relationship, so there’s no bad history. He’s part of the family.”

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6 thoughts on “Fergie Credits Justin Timberlake For Peas’ Success

  1. divinah says:

    yukk…she looks like sandra bernhard

  2. popstar says:

    It’s too bad none of their other songs sound like Where is the Love. Now they’re just sell outs singing garbage like Let’s Get Retarted (which was later changed to Let’s get it started).

  3. justincaseyes2 says:

    Uhhh, yeah, duh!!! Justin’s the only reason that song was such a success.

  4. hooker says:

    I’m not really a huge fan of nsync, but, I like their song, This I Promise You, it’s awesome. How’s Lance Bass lovelife, by the way, eh? When is he going to the moon, that dream of him?

  5. chasezsmells says:

    Fergie was a decent person until now. Damn, Timberlake ruins everything

  6. Starlet01 says:

    I don’t believe that Justin Timberlake single handedly made Black Eye Peas successful. They were all ready an established artist in the industry. It’s just that they took a long break & regrouped. Yes, Justin might of brought a little attention to the Black Eye Peas but, I believe they also gave him more of an R&B credit. I believe the song was popular because it has such a powerful message. =)

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