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I think it is a great time for women to push through those boundaries and be fearless. I started in the industry very young, at seven-years-old. I really had a very clear vision that I wanted to be in entertainment.
And not be afraid of what maybe past or old-fashioned theories were about male-dominated businesses. This past year I got my own record company; not only did I get to put out my own album, put out a video for every song, and do my entire family schedule and balance that—after this, I’ll be able to find the next artist and give somebody that pathway that a lot of people gave me. She took me to a lot of plays when I was young, and I knew I wanted to be on stage.
What advice would you give to someone you meet on the app?
I would love to encourage them in whatever strengths that they have.
Yet this is a business predominantly run by executives all over 54.
I refuse to let a system, a culture, a distorted view of reality tell me I don't matter. People who lie about their age are denying the truth and contributing to a sickness pervading our society—the sickness of wanting to be what you're not. I know for sure that only by owning who and what you are can you step into the fullness of life. And I'm grateful for every age I'm blessed to become.
And that's the second reason I like asking the question.
I’m going to be like a 13-year-old girl, probably, when that occurs, and I have no idea when that will be because it’s way too soon.
But the Bizz part I really love because first of all; it is women and by women. It is about learning how not to be afraid of having huge dreams and really taking charge of your career and your life and your path.
The singer joined the app’s founder Whitney Wolfe, as well as her famous cohosts—Priyanka Chopra, Kate Hudson, and Karlie Kloss—to in a women-centric dinner party. Their theories and the ways that they think seems to be my way of life.
Ahead of her raucous performance, which also included songs from her new album , Fergie chatted about dating apps, growing up in the industry, and how Oprah inspires her. Not so much the dating app yet, it is still a little too soon. I’ve never dated on an app because it all came out when I was married, so that is going to be a whole new world for me.
We can learn from one another, and there's comfort in knowing that others have felt the same as we have. Quincy Jones, who recently celebrated 78, is always off in some far-flung part of the world creating new projects.