Fergie is a pop singer the likes of Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Janet Jackson and now the “Black Eyed Peas” singer has received an award for her work on behalf of LGBT communities that places her firmly in that league of divas.
Fergie – who is currently expecting her first child with husband Josh Duhamel – will receive Logo network’s “Always Next, Forever Now” award to recognize the singer for her work with amFAR, the MAC Aids Fun and other organizations benefiting individuals impacted with HIV/AIDS.
Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Janet Jackson are all previous recipients of the award.
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Introduced in 2005, Logo offers themed programming geared to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender viewers.
“Fergie embodies what the Always Next, Forever Now Award is all about in everything that she does,” Logo exec vp and GM Lisa Sherman told The Hollywood Reporter. “She continuously pushes boundaries, stunning us with her creative vision and ability to make a tremendous impact on pop culture.”
Comedian and late night talk show host Chelsea Handler will present the award to Fergie during Logo’s NewNowNext Awards on April 15.
“I could not be more proud to be honored by Logo,” Fergie said in a statement. “This award is so incredibly special to me because of the tremendous love and support I have always experienced from the LGBT community. Logo’s philosophy of acceptance with no barriers and no judgment is a message that we should all live by.”