Fergie Gets Her Boom Boom Pow on for Miami Dolphins

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Fergie is really taking her investment in the Miami Dolphins seriously, and out of all the team's celebrity co-owners, she seems intent on pumping up the fans the most.

Here she is bouncing around in white, aqua, and orange to the Black Eyed Peas' not-at-all-annoying "Boom Boom Pow."

I guess this is one of the perks of the Fins' Hollywood-filled owners' box, but unfortunately we're not sure if it's going to have fans humming, "I've got a feeling [*Auto-Tuned screech*] that tonight's gonna be a good night," before games next season. Only on-the-field improvement will do that.

In the meantime, maybe Jimmy, Gloria, J.Lo, that guy who married J.Lo, and Fergie can get together and record a benefit single with all proceeds going to Dolphin Stadium's proposed new roof. The 7th Floor Crew can pitch in a remix aimed at Canes fans.

[via The Juice]

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