Between Kids Incorporated and the Black Eyed Peas, Stacy Ferguson spent several years with Wild Orchid — a teen-oriented dance-pop group that gained a small following in the mid-1990s, but failed to make a commercial impact before its eventual split in 2000 — and endured an temporary addiction to methamphetamines. All in the past, she tells Chris Harris of the Hartford Advocate. “People go through different phases of life, and I have been through a lot of phases, extreme phases,” Fergie explains. “With the Peas, it’s like God was opening a path, giving me a chance to do what I want.”
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