TMZ got a hold of some Fergie photos from back in the day -- when she was just known simply as Stacy Ferguson.
This was probably around the time she got that ridic eyebrow piercing she's had forever.
In New York, it seems that face contortionist John Mayer took a break from hammerin' Cameron to contemplate the automatic trunk on his truck. Close sesame!
Mother lovin' Jeremy Piven was seen backin' dat truck up, after a trip to Colony Plaza in Malibu to buy an L.A. Times. Maybe he was checkin' to see if anyone gave "Smokin' Aces" a good review yet. Nope.
Outside of Chateau Marmont, Ashley Olsen got the Good Samaritan award for not running over any bumper humpin' photogs, and English bulldog Robbie Williams wagged his tuxedo tails and said, "I don't go to clubs anymore ... I don't like music or people." Take that!
Sean "Brick Brat" Stewart kept his mortar cannons in check while entering Il Sole, and an illin' solo Byron Allen and a date-laden Bill Maher grubbed it up at Mr. Chow.
Russell Simmons is on the just-divorced diet -- eating a tofu dinner at Koi. At Club Opera, the Black Eyed Peas court composer Allan Pineda Lindo said he's taking a break from the studio to chill -- while Fergie is busy stayin' hot!
All this and more in today's healthy choices edition of Star Catcher!
Star Catcher hit both coasts last night, starting in Los Angeles, where we spotted the hottest music producer around: Timbaland. We asked Tim why he's so good, and the answer eluded him. "I don't know," he said, "I wish I did though."
I'm still trying to figure out if K-Fed is a music celeb or just a tabloid celeb. Since he does actually have some sort of recording coming out, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and include him in the music column. Perhaps being banged up a bit and in need of some cash after his WWE adventure, K-Fed is on the list of celebs who will come to your next throw down for a fee.
A mere $15,000 will bring Mr. Federline and presumably his trucker hat to your party. Interestingly, my contact in the rent-a-celeb world indicates that K-Fed's appearances are to be in connection with cd release parties....yes, his! So, for 15 large you get to help Kevin promote his record. What a deal!
If your wallet is overflowing, move up a couple rungs on the talent scale and get the Black Eyed Peas on your guest list. $45k brings all the boys and the Duchess to your official BEP after concert party coinciding with their tour. That's right, another artist allowing you to promote them! If you're more of the rock type, Dave Navarro will swing by for a mere twenty grand. Now, if he was able to bring Carmen Electra that might be worth it. But, those days are past.
The students at LA's San Fernando High School probably weren't alive when 'Sweet Child O' Mine' was a hit song for Guns N' Roses in 1987. But that didn't stop Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas from belting out her own rendition for them on Thursday and it was... interesting.