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Photos: Fergie celebrates her 36th birthday at The Bank at the Bellagio

Fergie’s birthday celebration at The Bank at the Bellagio on March 25, 2011.
Photo: Denise Truscello/WireImage

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Fergie's Birthday at The Bank

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The Black Eyes Peas singer and six-time Grammy winner Fergie celebrated her 36th birthday last night at the Bellagio. The evening began with the fabulous Fergie and her hunky actor husband Josh Duhamel at a specially prepared dinner by Chef Akira Back at his restaurant Yellowtail.

After dinner, Duhamel retreated to their suite, while Fergie made a quick outfit change before heading to The Bank to party the night away with her family and BFFs. Upon arrival at The Bank, the crowd sang “Happy Birthday” to Fergie, whose big day is tomorrow. From her VIP table, she performed “Imma Be,” GNR’s “Sweet Child of Mine” and “Time of My Life (Dirty Bit).” (The Ken and Barbie Dolls with her bottle service were a fun touch.)

Fergalicious was presented with a unicorn-themed birthday cake, and her friends and family in attendance included style guru Robert Verdi, Wilhelmina Models President Sean Patterson and DSquared creators, designers and gay twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten.

Thanks to photographer Denise Truscello for this photo gallery and Christopher Rauschnot @24kMedia on Twitter for his video posted on YouTube. In case you missed it, Truscello also shot stunning photos of Peepshow and Holly’s World star Holly Madison in Paris, France, this week. wishes Fergie a Happy Birthday -- and many more. We just can’t get enough of her, Duhamel and her fashionable friends.

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