Remember When Fergie Used Her Pelvis To Say Hello In The Early ’00s?

Fashion trends are forever changing, but in the ’00s it was all about low-rise bottoms.


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And no one seemed to love that look more than Miss “Fergalicious” herself, Fergie.


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Let’s take a look back at a time when the singer literally used her pelvis to say hello:

1.

GQ Men of the Year Awards in 2003:


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2.

MTV Europe Music Awards in 2003:


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3.

Rock the Vote Awards in 2004:


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4.

46th Annual Grammy Awards in 2004:


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Raise your hand if you also had that skirt.

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Isle of MTV in 2004:


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MTV Video Music Awards in 2004:


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6th Annual “A Home for the Holidays” in 2004:


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“Bridging Generations” Super Bowl XXXIX Pregame Show in 2005:


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NFL pre-game show in 2006:


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10.

And Cipriani Wall Street Concert Series in 2007:


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Thanks for reliving this historic moment in pop culture fashion history with us. We hope you enjoyed it just as much as we did.


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