Sure, I’ve been known to write about celeb gossip on several occasions, but a story about Josh Duhamel (Mr. Fergie Ferg) allegedly hooking up with a random hooker is not really that interesting (unless there are pictures and it’s a male stripper). So why did I decide to dedicate time to whip up a post? Because the stripper is kinda of an idiot. Keep reading and you’ll find out exactly why.
Fergalicious and JoshDelicious are warding off allegations that Josh hooked up with an exotic dancer from ATL. The stripper in question, Nicole Forrester, claims she had a one night stand with Duhamel and stated “We did hook up and had lots of sex and we had a really, really good time”. While I don’t doubt for one second, getting it on with Josh wouldn’t be good, I am skeptical to believe anyone who receives a large sum of money to tell a story. Forrester claims she met Duhamel at the Tattletale Strip Club where she works. Duhamel was in town filming “Life As we Know It” with Katherine Heigl and Christina Hendricks. To back up her allegations, Forrester apparently passed a polygraph and has text messages she can present to prove she’s telling the truth.
Reps for both Duhamel and Fergie have issued statements claiming the accusations are “nonsense” and “ridiculous”. Josh’s rep goes even further and adds, “This is not the first nor will it be the last time that a stripper was paid a large amount of money to sell a false story about a celebrity”. That’s right, ya’ll. Forrester sold her story to the National Enquirer for more than $20,000.
You would think, she’d be happy about rolling in the dough. But alas, she is not. She regrets coming forward because her two children, aged 10 and 13, now know about her stripper occupation.
“My son’s like: Mom are you doing anything different now? He doesn’t want me to do this anymore. He doesn’t want me to dance and I feel like I can’t dance,” she says. “I feel like people are just looking at me. It’s just bad. It’s just an uncomfortable situation with my children and all their friends know.”
Ummm, yeah right. She also claims she agreed to sell her story because the National Enquirer informed her they would run the story with or without her cooperation. Sounds sketchy to me, don’t you think. As a parent, how could you not foresee your kids finding out about this if you sell your story to a national tabloid. Are you that dense? What do you think?