Fergie’s AMA ‘trinity moment’

Fergie has spoken about her concerns over what son Axl might think of the over-the-top celebrity lifestyle when he grows up.

Fergie had “an L.A. trinity moment” while rolling up to the AMAs in a party bus.

The Black Eyed Peas singer arrived to the 2014 American Music Awards, which was hosted at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles Sunday, in an over-the-top neon-and-pastel coloured vehicle.

And the L.A. Love hitmaker believes arriving in flamboyant fashion was the best way to show up for the ceremony.

“This was based on an art car, that mixed with a party bus [which] became this vehicle to take a trip and bring that L.A. kind of swag and vibe all over the world,” Fergie explained to E! News. “It was a crazy entrance. I just didn’t want to come back after all these years and just come in a normal car. Make it big! It was like an L.A. trinity moment.”

Fergie, 39, and her actor husband Josh Duhamel welcomed their first child together in August of last year.

And the songstress admits she often wonders what their son Axl will say about her celebrity antics when he learns how to speak.

“I don’t know what he’s going to think about this when he’s older but whatever,” she said. “I’ll just figure it out as I go.”

Although Fergie has been in the recording studio working on new music recently, the star hasn’t missed any of baby Axl’s special moments.

She is absolutely proud of how swiftly her little man is maturing.

“He’s starting to say words,” she smiled. "His favourite song right now is “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.”
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Monday, 24. November 2014