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[It's] her singing for young girls to be strong, and what they're going through in life, just growing up in this world of uncertainty." In 2007, The Black Eyed Peas embarked on the Black Blue & You World Tour and visited more than 20 countries.
Fergie returned to acting in 2006, appearing as a lounge singer in the Poseidon remake.
In September 1998, they released their second album, Oxygen, which was a commercial failure, only selling 200,000 copies worldwide.
On December 31, 2006, Fergie began hosting Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve on ABC for the pre-taped Hollywood segments after the New Year Ball came down in Times Square. The overall sound of the album has a more electro hop beat rather than the usual hip pop/R&B feeling of their previous albums.
In its first week, the album sold 304,000 copies and debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200.
The following spring, shortly before Elephunk came out, Interscope chairman Jimmy Iovine offered Fergie a permanent spot to take over vocal duties and fill the void left by background singer Kim Hill's departure in 2000.
In a positive review of The Black Eyed Peas' new-found style, Rolling Stone noted that since 2002, when the group "hired a blond bombshell named Stacy 'Fergie' Ferguson and gave up their pursuit of backpack-rapper cred, they have made a kind of spiritual practice of recording futuristic songs – a total aesthetic commitment that extends from their garish wardrobes to their United Colors of Benetton worldview." From Elephunk came "Where is the Love?
They completed a third album, which their record label declined to release, and Fergie left the group in September 2001.