91: ‘Everybody’s Fool’ by Evanescence

Unbeknown to her, Fergie has actually had progress with convincing her lover, Evanescence, to leave her husband. She has actually begun to love her. She loves her because she is so direct, so real and honest. Their relationship was real, unlike the lie her marriage had become.

She goes to tell Fergie at one of her concerts. And she sees how Fergie here pretends to be a pretty, perfect pop star. She sees Evanescence but ignores her.

This hurts Evanescence. She follows her back stage and yells angrily at her. She mocks the adoration her pretence gives her. Fergie has everybody fooled, but not Evanescence. Not anymore. She now knows how insecure she is. Fergie has lost herself in her own lie of strenght. And knowing who Fergie really is, Evanescence longer loves her.Evanescence finishes her long speech by telling Fergie that by fooling everyone else, she herself becomes the fool.

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87: ‘Sucker for Pain’ by Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa & Imagine Dragons w/ Logic & Ty Dolla $ign ft X Ambassadors

Our three main characters are all working towards something at the moment.

Sara teaches young girls to dance. More than that She teaches young girls to be confident. She takes the pain from her own life and uses it to help them. She makes this so much part of her identity she has tattoos dedicated to it. She has a bit of an attitude. This resonates with young girls who also have the world against them and they gravitate towards her classes, even if they aren’t dedicated to dancing. But she won’t allow them to put in less effort in it because of that. But it does make her very aware of her responsibility, and she continually pressures herself to live up to it.

Will loves partying, but he is also a pre-med. And at the moment he is dedicating more time to that responsibility. He’s going to be a doctor with people’s lives in his hands and he wants to be ready for it. It’s hard and brings a lot of sleepless nights much less enjoyable than the ones he spends partying or with his on-off girlfriend, but it’s worth it.

Fergie is focused too, but her goal is not as noble. She is trying to get to get a woman to leave her husband for her.It is not going well and that hurts. But no way she’s letting the husband (or anyone else for that matter) know that. She keeps up the act that she’s going to steal her from him, even if it is nowhere near true. and unfortunately, she can’t party her way out of this one.

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86: ‘Nobody Knows’ by P!nk

Fergie hasn’t had an easy life. But she’s okay now. She has found a way to be herself. And she has found love. Unfortunately, the woman she loves doesn’t love her back. But she’s happy to escalate their relationship to get a break from a boring marriage.

Fergie knows that this situation is bad. It’s another wrong choice in a string of wrong choices. And nobody knows how much it hurts. And like hell, she’s going to tell people.

So she gets up every day, living life, technically having what she wants and not letting anyone know how alone she feels. Or how familiar this feels…

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86: ‘Don’t Let Me Get Me’ by P!nk

Fergie  enjoyed going to bars way before Will seduced her into his way of partying because it was a break from her mess of a life. Never the best at anything, a teacher’s pet only in the way that she dated them, and her parents wasted no time telling her how she was wasting hers by doing everything wrong.

She let it get to her. She couldn’t stand herself and wasted even more time insulting herself in the mirror.

She did enjoy singing, so she decided to find happiness in that. But She was soon told to change everything about herself to become a pop star. So she did, but it wasn’t enough. She was just compared to other, better pop stars – and that based on being all pretty, which she didn’t want to be.

So there she was, hating her dream job. She needed a break, so she started going out to bars on her own. Here she might not be herself, but she could pretend to be more successful and have complete control of the situation.

But then Will came along. Going out with him was different. She was completely out of control, but very much herself – and loving it.

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83: ‘Girls like girls’ by Hayley Kiyoko

Fergie makes a friend while partying with Will. A little more than a friend, actually. Trouble is, she is married. Luckily, her husband is often away, so they have a chance to grow close. While Fergie likes men too, right now she doesn’t feel like being with one. She just wants to be with this woman.

But then the husband starts being home more and notices how much the two women go out together and that they sometimes kiss.

He confronts Fergie, and she has no problem admitting that she intends to steal his wife from him. So he best watch out.

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80: ‘This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like’ by Porcelain Black feat. Lil Wayne

Will’s way of partying is tempting. Fergie falls in love with it instantly. Not in him, though, so they don’t start dating. But they go out together.

While new to her, the partying falls fairly natural to her. Sometimes she’s even the driving force of the bad decisions. Will starts ironically calling her Porcelain.

They drink their troubles away, and sometimes cause them, and feel like the king and queen of the night.

While Will didn’t get with Fergie, he’s not lacking for attention. He sleeps with a woman one night. No clue what her name is, but at least he remembers the night for once.

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76: ‘Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time’ by Panic! At The Disco

Fergie is used to being hit on when she goes to a bar – but not quite like this.
Will comes up to her, already quite drunk, and decides that his best move it to tell her that he woke up only a few hours earlier in his underwear, seemingly having drunk every bit of liquor in wherever he woke up, not having the faintest idea how he got there, declaring that it was the best feeling ever – and then introduces himself.

If nothing else, it gets her attention and she listens to him as he goes on to tell her, how he actually went out carrying a cane and wearing a party hat – both things he has no idea where are now. He felt like the king of the world and nothing could go wrong. He went out with his fellow students – he’s a pre-med, you see. They went out, had some very well designed drugs a large party and from there – well it’s a bit of a blur.

He tells her, how he usually memories usually came back in flashes – and he’s actually starting to remember one bit from last night. Roaming the city in a shopping cart – wherever they got that from – while smoking cigarettes attempting to set off a fire alarm – which he also don’t know where the hell they got from.

Fergie laughs at this story and comments that “”If you go on you might pass out in a drain pipe.”

He arches an eyebrow at her and answers: “don’t threaten me with a good time.”

And then once again, it all goes black.

He wakes up… somewhere. Once again without any clothes on. But not alone this time. Fergie is with him, smiling. He looks around for clothes, a bed sheet, anything to cover him up – and also any indication that the smile could mean that anything happened between them.

It all feels unreal, his eyes are playing tricks on him – and is he soaking wet?

Fergie has a better idea of the night’s events. She tells him, that they somehow ended up in his neighbour’s pool (good, then he’s not too far away from home this time), they had sped from bar to bar and he had proposed to her… repeatedly (judging by her laughter at this, it’s unlikely anything happened between them at all).

At some point, she had tried telling him to cut back on the alcohol… to which he replied: “I’m not as think as you drunk I am”, which amused her quite a bit.

So yeah, he probably had enough.

But hey, here he is here with a woman… who is laughing her ass off, but still.

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