Fergie looked great…oh! Did she sing too?!?!

Black Eyed Peas rock Grey Cup
VANCOUVER (CP) – Black Eyed Peas were on the Grey Cup menu Sunday as the Grammy-winning recording artists put on an energetic – and raunchy – hip-hop halftime show before a sellout crowd at B.C. Place.
Led by demonstrative lead rapper Will.I.Am and sultry female vocalist Fergie, the Los Angeles quartet got the crowd of 59,157 out of its seats with Pump It and Don’t Phunk With My Heart. Things took a turn for the sleazy when Fergie – adorned in short shorts and a black tank top – suggestively shook her derriere during My Humps.
As she gyrated on stage, Will.I.Am found his way down to the front of the stage, where he mingled with cheerleaders.
Their performance was a far cry from the usual conservative Grey Cup halftime shows. Last year, Canadian icons The Tragically Hip entertained the crowd in Ottawa.
Black Eyed Peas, who have sold over 7.5 million albums worldwide, finished up with a boisterious performance of Let’s Get it Started, a song made popular during the 2004 NBA playoffs.
At least two members of the band were in the Grey Cup spirit: the DJ wore a Ricky Ray Edmonton jersey, while the drummer sported a jersey of Eskimos teammate Jason Tucker.
R&B singer Jully Black, a Toronto native, performed O Canada.