Friday, February 26, 2010

Fergie, Tear Up During Emotional Madison Square Garden Concert

It was an emotional night for the Black Eyed Peas Wednesday at Madison Square Garden. The hip-hop foursome - arguably regarded as the most successful group of the last decade - just learned that their latest single "Imma Be" hit number one on Billboard's Hot 100.

"Six number ones is not an accident," frontman told the crowd, wiping away tears before performing the night's closing song "I Gotta Feeling" with co-producer David Guetta on the turntables.

"We've been the Black Eyed Peas since 1995," Will added, letting the audience know it hasn't always been smooth sailing for the group.

BEP played more than two hours of hits during the AEG Live-produced show, including "Let's Get It Started," "Don't Phunk with My Heart," "Pump It," "Where is the Love" and "My Humps," while each member also came out for a solo performance (highlights: spinning Michael Jackson on a suspended DJ booth, second photo, and Taboo flying through the arena on a glow-in-the-dark motorcycle, video below).

"This has been a dream of mine for so long," Fergie said, too tearing up before her solo performance of "Glamorous" featuring special guest Ludacris. "To come to New York City and headline Madison Square Garden!"

Check out videos of the waterworks, along with Fergie's Ludacris duet and Taboo's motorcycle ride, in Poison Ivy's exclusive concert videos, below.

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