Fergie Wears Scarves To Hide Neck Wrinkles?

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Fergie Neck Wrinkles Scarves

By Andrew Shuster |

Fergie Neck Wrinkles Scarves

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Does Fergie really wear scarves in an effort to hide the wrinkles on her neck? That’s the claim in one of this week’s new tabloids, which claims the 42-year-old singer is self-conscious about aging and goes to great lengths to cover up her flaws. Gossip Cop, however, can exclusively set the record straight.

“Fergie’s Pain In The Neck” reads an headline in the latest issue of OK!. The accompanying article notes that the Black Eyed Peas singer works hard to stay in shape, but then contends that she’s unable to hide the signs of aging on her neck. A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “No amount of gym time can help, so Fergie’s wearing scarves and turtlenecks as often as possible to conceal it.”

But Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the situation, who laughed off the tabloid’s story before dismissing it as “nonsense.” In fact, this tall tale seems to have been manufactured simply because Fergie wore a scarf around her neck during a Paris Fashion Week event earlier this month (see above). Of course, Fergie has also made many recent red carpet appearances and performed in concerts with her neck perfectly visible. Regardless, we’re told the magazine’s assertion that she’s worried about how her neck looks is completely false.

In fact, OK! seems to have a fixation on the singer’s physical appearance, as this isn’t the first time we’ve had to call out the magazine for publishing a phony story surrounding her looks. Prior to the release of the singer’s new album Double Dutchess earlier this year, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for falsely claiming Fergie had underwent plastic surgery to prepare for her return to the spotlight. Speaking of Fergie’s latest album, Gossip Cop also shot down a bogus report alleging she purposely announced her separation from Josh Duhamel just days before the record’s release to “profit off her split.” This latest article is similarly unfounded.

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