Black Eyed Peas’ Fergie To Become Part-Owner of NFL’s Miami Dolphins
The list of investors for the Miami Dolphins has possibly added one new member, Black Eyed Peas member, Fergie born Stacy Ann Ferguson, 34, who will join fellow investors singer Marc Anthony, tennis stars and sisters Serena and Venus Williams and singer Gloria Estefan, amongst others.
On Tuesday, the music star was voted and approved by the National Football League as a celebrity minority investor according to reports.
Meanwhile, reportedly, Fergie hasn’t signed her papers yet with the team due to the Black Eyes Peas currently being on tour, but as soon as she does, she’ll be officially an investor of the Miami Dolphins.
According to Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, as a part of the buy-in, part-owners (star-owners) have agreed to make appearances during games to attract a multifarious (diverse) crowd. And with the addition of Fergie, Ross also adds that she will be the last of the celebrity stakeholders who will be brought on.
In other news, Fergie is set to star in the upcoming film/musical Nine! based on Arthur Kopit’s book for the 1982 Tony Award-winning musical which is currently in production, as reported on HipHopRX.com. The movie is set to also star Rob Marshall, Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson, and Daniel Day Lewis.