Remember Fergie's "jazzy" rendition of the National Anthem?
Sometimes it takes a helluva long time to bury the hatchet, other times you never get around to it. The latter is true for Josh Duhamel, the ex-husband of Fergie; bitterness still lingers over the fallout of his ex-wife's eccentric rendition of the National Anthem at the 2018 NBA All-Star game in February. Duhamel is particularly resentful of Draymond Green, whom he blames for all the negative press she later received.
On Fair Game with Kristine Leahy, Duhamel spoke about Draymond's televised burst of laughter, which he believes was done deliberately to offend his ex-wife. "He owed her an apology, I think he was a bit of a prick," Duhamel explained to host Kristine Leahy. "Just because knew the camera was on him and he snickered about it."
Duhamel, who remains supportive of his ex-wife, thinks Draymond ought to have phoned her or publicly apologized for instigating her public humiliation. But truthfully, Fergie likely caused the public uproar all her own. I implore anyone who hasn't seen the footage to watch the below video.
Fergie's former bandmates the Black Eyed Peas dropped their comeback album overnight, without her in the fold. Fergie is currently making motherhood a priority over her singing career. For the record, Fergie's rendition of the National Anthem was kind of great, in my humble opinion.