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Milo Ventimiglia has had some iconic roles over the years: Jess Mariano on Gilmore Girls, Peter Petrelli on Heroes, and now Jack Pearson on This Is Us. One of his most underrated appearances, though, definitely has to be when he played Fergie's love interest in her "Big Girls Don't Cry" music video. In 2006, Ventimiglia took a walk on the wild side when he played the singer's tattooed, often shirtless boyfriend. While Fergie definitely isn't afraid to show off her sexy side, she admitted she was "totally nervous" about making out with the actor. Honestly, do you blame her? "I just had to tell him, like, 'Please help me with this,'" she told Entertainment Tonight about filming the steamy scenes for the video. "He was so great." We can only imagine. Relive his gorgeous cameo above. »
- Kelsie Gibson
Fergie isn't holding back on her recent album, Double Dutchess. Following her split from husband Josh Duhamel, the singer is using her music as a way to shed light on her personal life. Not only does her track "Enchanté" feature an adorable cameo from her 4-year-old son, Axl Jack, but her emotional ballad "Save It Til Morning" is basically "Big Girls Don't Cry" 2.0. After the song (and its gorgeous accompanying video) dropped on Friday, we couldn't help but wonder: is it about her breakup with Josh? It certainly seems so. See the most telling lyrics below. RelatedThe Way They Were: Look Back at Fergie and Josh Duhamel's Sweetest Moments Together "Wanna hide away in a quiet place / And wait out your storm of words again" - Even though the couple announced their split earlier this month, they have actually been separated since earlier this year. Her saying she wanted »
- Kelsie Gibson
In an exclusive interview with Et's Keltie Knight, the 42-year-old pop star admitted that she wasn't yet a natural with onscreen love scenes when she made the video with Ventimiglia, who portrays her handsome, oftentimes shirtless, boyfriend.
"It was super fun shooting that video because I got to have some of the fun that Josh [Duhamel] gets to have on his movies," she said, referring to her estranged husband's acting career. "Of course I was totally nervous about the whole thing. I didn't know how to make out for camera."
Fergie said she asked Ventimiglia to guide her through the kissing scenes. "I just had to tell him, like, 'Please help me with this,'" she remembered. "'I wanna just »
Shortly after announcing her split from Josh Duhamel, Fergie released an impassioned music video that seemingly addresses the unexpected breakup. Off the singer's brand new album, Double Dutchess, "Save It Till Morning" depicts the unraveling of a high-profile couple with Jay Hernandez playing the role of her partner. In one particularly heated moment, Fergie sings, "I won't be your punching bag. Why did I put up with that? We gotta figure it out. You don't want me to figure that out." The video ends with her leaving the dysfunctional relationship and riding off into the sunset in her own damn limousine. RelatedFergie Breaks Her Silence on Josh Duhamel Split: "It Was Just Getting a Little Weird" In addition to the "Save It Till Morning" video (which totally reminds us of "Big Girls Don't Cry"!), Fergie also released four other videos for songs off her new album. The video for "Enchanté »
- Kelsey Garcia
Earlier this month, the couple announced they had separated after eight years of marriage, but the 42-year-old singer told Et's Keltie Knight at The Tuck Room at iPic Theaters in New York City on Wednesday night that they still remain close.
"We're great friends, Josh and I, there's so much love that we have for each other," Fergie explained. "We really like each other, we have fun with each other. We're just not a romantic couple anymore."
"But we are still Axl's parents through and through, and our families -- each other's families, the cousins, my nieces and nephews -- it's all the same. So that's the only thing that's changed," she added.
What's most important to the former couple is the happiness and wellbeing »
While we don't necessarily love everything about ABC's Dirty Dancing reboot, we can appreciate the music. It's hard to top the original soundtrack, so the producers did something really interesting: they didn't. Instead of inserting new songs into the movie, they just got current artists to record covers. I'm partial to Frankie Valli and The Drifters, but at the very least, these tracks are a cool addition to the film's legacy. Here's the full list, and we've included all the videos - plus the Spotify playlist - below. "Be My Baby" by Bea Miller "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Karmin "Love Man" by J. Quinton Johnson "Do You Love Me" by Colt Prattes, Nicole Scherzinger, J. Quinton Johnson "Fever" by Katey Sagal, Colt Prattes "When I'm Alone" by J. Quinton Johnson "Wipe Out" by American Authors Feat. Lindsey Stirling "Hungry Eyes" by Greyson Chance "Hey Baby" by Lady Antebellum "Whole »
- Maggie Pehanick
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