Would You Crimp Your Hair Like Fergie?

11/01/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

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The Black Eyed Peas singer must have been feeling nostalgic for the ’80s because for a recent press conference in Australia, Fergie took out her old crimping iron. We know the singer likes to take fashion risks and even beauty risk, but we were really hoping that crimped hair just stayed put in the ’80s — or at least on the runway. It looks great on stage, but we think we’ll skip this for everyday life. But we want to know what you think! Tell us: Would you crimp your hair like Fergie?

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Guess who on

The pheasant-head look is so eighties. Fergie looks terrible. I’d never crimp my hair.

laci on

i love fergie, but she is too old to crimp her hair!

kendra on

I love the crimped look. I crimp my hair sometimes when I go out and I always get compliments on it.

Elda on

yeah for fun!!

Dawn on

since yesturday was for Halloween i will have to wait until next year.

joan on

NEVER! No way

Laurenelyse on

Uh,yeah…if I were in the 5th grade.

Chloe on

No way. Remember, not everything comes back in style.

Mrs. Cuter than she is on

I think Fergie is ridiculous and this just proves it further.

Sarah on

I think every girl goes trough the stage where they crimp their hair. I went through it in Middle School. But Right now I could not crimp my hair that way. I already have enough bad hair days.

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