Fergie in Sarnia - Centennial Park

It was just last night in Sarnia, Centennial Park, Fergie ruled a balmy Bayfest. From Southwestern Ontario, Canada, it is reported that the crowd was about 14,000 to watch the Duchess performance.

With four days left of a jam-packed Bayfest, Fergie (Stacy Ann Ferguson) proved a happening hip-hop/pop act to warmup the crowd for rock and country bands following this week, such as Motley Crue, the Black Crowes and Rascall Flatts.

She came on stage with white jeans and a white jacket, paired with red running shoes and belt.

After the third song, Clumsy, a hit from her debut album The Duchess, Fergie had removed her jacket and the crowd just loved it!

She pulled off some nice sounds, such as Big Girls Don't Cry, which received the best response from the crowd, who sang along.

The crowd was younger than past Bayfest concerts and more female than male. There were also a lot of kids in the audience and parents who drove them.

"Thanks moms, dads, everybody. We all love you." Fergie said.

We love you more, Fergie!