From child television personality to sexy singer to legitimate film actress, Stacy Ferguson - better known to the world as Fergie - had the talent, drive and ambition necessary to become a pop culture superstar. A native of Los Angeles, she had her start in entertainment as a regular on the youth musical-variety show "Kids Incorporated" (Disney Channel, 1984-1993), on which she appeared for five seasons. Fergie soon pursued her musical ambitions with two cast mates from the program when she joined the all girl pop group Wild Orchid in 1990. Although that band never achieved the level of success she had hoped for and a dangerous drug addiction threatened her future, Fergie's addition to the hip-hop troupe The Black Eyed Peas in 2002 soon rocketed her to the top of the charts with frivolous but addictive dance tracks like "My Humps" and a hit album of her own - The Dutchess by 2006. Never leaving the world of acting entirely behind, she made appearances in films like Robert Rodriguez's "Planet Terror" segment of the double-feature "Grindhouse" (2007) and the musical "Nine" (2009), opposite Daniel Day Lewis. Her 2009 marriage to heartthrob actor Josh Duhamel gave women everywhere just one more reason to envy the entertainer. As ambitious as she was talented, there were few goals, either personal or professional, that seemed out of Fergie's reach.