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Thursday, January 1, 2009


Fergie and Josh Duhamel have made a special New Year's resolution: a Los Angeles-area wedding on Jan. 10. The pop star and the actor were recently spotted checking out kitchen items at Crate & Barrel. On the wedding guest list? Most of Fergie's costars in "Nine," the movie adaptation of the musical which Fergie just finished filming in Europe, including Kate Hudson and Nicole Kidman.

Fergie will start the new year with a big change in her life – she’s getting married. A little more than a year after getting engaged, Fergie, 33, and Josh Duhamel, 36, will tie the knot in a January wedding ceremony.

The star couple will wed during the weekend of January 9 – 11 in Southern California, a source revealed. Duhamel, the star of such films as “Transformers,” “Turistas” and “Win A Date With Tad Hamilton,” popped the question in late 2007.

The news of the nuptials comes just one day after Fergie, whose real name is Stacey Ferguson, wrapped production in Europe on the big screen musical adaptation of “Nine.” Fergie will play a prostitute in the film, which also stars Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Sophia Loren and Marion Cotillard. The musical revolves around the women in the life of the lead character, Guido Contini, played by Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis.

The source also revealed most of Fergie’s “Nine” co-stars will be in attendance at the wedding, including Hudson, Cotillard and Dench.

Duhamel, star of "Transformers" and the NBC drama "Las Vegas," recently wrapped the romantic comedy "When in Rome." Duhamel, who is best known as Danny McCoy from the NBC series “Las Vegas,” recently finished shooting the romantic comedy “When In Rome,” alongside Kristen Bell, Jon Heder and Dax Shepard.

1 comment:

coffee said...

i bet no one would complain if Fergie replaced Megan Fox in the next installment of Transformers