The Black Eyed Peas played to a capacity crowd at Hollywood's Key Club Saturday, Nov. 26, for their 7th Annual Peapod Foundation charity concert to benefit at-risk inner city youth.
The Hollywood Peapod show is a Christmas tradition for the Peas, but touring conflicts led to this year's concert date being moved to Thanksgiving weekend.
All the proceeds from the $200 tickets go to the Foundation, which then distributes the funds to such worthwhile causes as A Place Called Home and After School All-Stars.
TMZ's Carmine Scialfo caught up with the Peas backstage and got the skinny on their charity work, the upcoming music video for "Pump It," and even caught some acting lessons bestowed upon will.i.am by Cuba Gooding Jr.
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