Fergie Crashes TrevorLIVE Gala Stage to Put In 'A Little Work' for Her New Single

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Fergie hosts Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest on Dec. 31, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Fergie had a lot to say at this year’s TrevorLIVE L.A. Gala.

The singer attended the event Sunday, sitting with actor Armie Hammer and designer Tom Ford, who was presented with the Hero Award at the gala. TrevorLIVE is thrown semi-annually in celebration of the Trevor Project, which works to increase awareness of suicide prevention resources and provide support for LGBTQ youth.

According to E!, while Hammer spoke into the microphone introducing Ford, Fergie took the stage to show her support of the Trevor Project and promote her single “A Little Work,” off her latest album Double Duchess.

In what looks like a Snapchat video from the event, the former Black Eyed Peas member is shown onstage in a black sequin dress promoting the song: "I guess, with full shame or no shame, I don't know, get it on iTones. iTones? That's a new one. iTunes.

"Anyway, just get it if you want. You know what? Listen if you want. If you like it, listen, if you don't -- don't,” she continued.

Fergie then began talking about the Trevor Project and how much it means to her when a voice interrupted her over the loudspeaker and said, "Ladies and gentlemen, the unpredictable Fergie." 

Check out E!'s video below:


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