Born Stacy Ann Ferguson in 1975, singer Fergie began her impressive career by doing voiceover work. Starting in 1984, she starred on the children’s TV series Kids Incorporated for six seasons. She got her first taste of musical stardom with the girl trio Wild Orchid, but an addiction to drugs forced her to quit the group. An invitation to join the Black Eyed Peas in 2003 started a run of chart success, including the songs “Boom Boom Pow” and “I Gotta Feeling.” Solo stardom came with her debut album, The Dutchess, and its six hits: “London Bridge,” “Fergalicious,” “Glamorous,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Clumsy” and “Finally.” Fergie took a professional hiatus to start a family with actor husband Josh Duhamel. She released her first solo single in eight years, “L.A. Love (La La),” in fall 2014.