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Don't you know who I am? Fergie doesn't look impressed at being stopped by security at LAX

While they may get entry into the hottest parties and receive freebies galore it seems that when it comes to airport security even the most high profile celebrities must adhere to official procedures.

Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie,36, was left miffed when she was ...
approached by two airport security guards at LAX airport yesterday.
The American singer approached the security check point at the airport with a broad smile on her face but it quickly disappeared when she wasn’t given special treatment by the security staff.
Fergie arrived at the scanner dressed in a waterfall peach cardigan with an animal print t-shirt and peach bandage trousers.

The singer accessorised with a pair of aviator sunglasses and a pair of grey wedges while she carried a crocodile skin satchel over her shoulder.
While the singer sacrificed her bag and her sunglasses as she approached the scanner the singer didn’t appeared to want to remove her cardigan and she was met by a stern looking security guard as she exited the security device
The actress and singer held up her hands as if to show she was happy to adhere to the security check but her face showed signs of looking less than impressed at the chatted to the female guard.

Fergie lifted up her cardigan and pulled up her trousers as if to show she wasn’t carrying anything untoward.
The singer was then approached by a second security guard who appeared to ask her questions before she was allowed through the check point.
The Pump It singer celebrated her 36th birthday at the end of last month with a bash in Vegas held at The Bank nightclub at the Bellagio Casino.

Fergie, whose real name is Stacy Ann Ferguson, is currently preparing for an international tour with The Black Eyed Peas, which is scheduled to kick off on June 22 in France.
The tour will also include stops in England, Ireland, Germany and Belgium and will feature music from their latest album The Beginning.

The band also announced plans to contribute their single One Tribe off of the group's last album The End to a new CD supporting Tsunami relief in Japan.

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