VOTE: Would You Wear Fergie's "Hammer" Pants?

05/26/2009 at 03:30 PM ET

Beretta/Sims/Rex USA

Fergie has never been one to shy away from a fashion risk. So when we spotted her rocking a pair of drop-crotch pants, which have been showing up all over the runways, we weren’t exactly surprised. We know that the ’80s are back in a big way, but we’re not sure if taking fashion cues from MC Hammer is a step we’re willing to take in the name of fashion. When it comes to trouser trends, are you ready for “Hammer Time” again? Or do you wish that this look would have just stayed in the ’80s? Vote in our poll below!

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Rosie on

One word: EW.

rachel on

I really like Fergie to a degree. But come on, those pants don’t even look like a funky cool fashion trend. They just look uncomfortable and junky. Sorry, that’s my opinion.

lola on

She looks just like me when i borrow my bf’s pants when i stay over. LOL

nicole on

that has to be the ugliest thing i have seen in a while what is it with celebrities and wierd clothes?

bonnie wood on

one word YUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Catie on


This outfit actually made me lol.

Well done Fergie, you failed at dressing yourself.

susan on

It’s fine to be fashion forward, but those are fashion ridiculous.

shirley on

wow wtf!!!!! I am an 80’s person and i wouldnt even go there!!!!!!!!!

lenathediva on

I didn’t like them as a child of the 80s. I always thought that anyone who wore them looked like they were wearing a loaded diaper.

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