Reason 3: Fergie finally got around to hearing Ke$ha's Animal album and thought, "Hey, that should have been me!"
Yo, didn't Fergie Ferg basically try to fill the lane that Ke$ha's since assumed when she first tried to launch her solo career? She had records that sounded way bigger than most of Ke$ha's stuff (see: "London Bridge," "Glamorous," and "Big Girls Don't Cry") but she seemed to be a polished version of what Ke$ha is today backed by will.i.am and Polow Da Don beats. Seems kind of silly for her to be doing those same kind of records with the Peas and not getting as many props for it and being forced to split the profits of it with Taboo and apl, don't you think? (last shots we'll throw at you, fellas—we promise!)