Fergie's star-studded baby shower

Last updated 05:00 30/07/2013

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Fergie celebrated the impending birth of her first child with a "gayby" shower on Sunday - a party held for her by her gay male best buds, with fabulous drag queens as the entertainment. 

Kelly Osbourme was there, as were Julianne Hough, Adam Lambert, Lance Bass, Gabrielle Aubrey and a host of other stars.

The Black Eyed Peas singer is expecting a baby boy with her husband Josh Duhamel.

The couple celebrated with a party of close friends at the SLS Hotel in Los Angeles.

According to People magazine, Molly Sims, Ru Paul,and Matthew Mosshart were among other guests at the event, where songs like Let's Hear it for the Boy played over the speakers.

Fergie also took the mic. "Woo! It's my baby boy's first party!" she gushed.

According to the publication, the theme was black, white and blue.

Guests enjoyed a bar offering Patron Ferg-aritas, which they sipped on through black and white striped or polka dot straws.

A four-tiered cake was also on display with a teddy bear sitting on top.

A balloon animal artist was on hand for the kids and candies were on offer.

Fergie, 38, and Josh, 40, wed in 2009.

The actor recently revealed the couple are making preparations to ensure they never have to be apart.

"I plan on taking [off] as much time as I can just before and as much time as possible after," he said.

"I can't imagine having a kid and then not being able to be there - that would just drive me crazy. My head would be at home with mom and baby," he said.

"We want to work it out so that we can be together; whether I am working, they can come with [me] or if she is working I can go with them. I can't see myself ever wanting to be away from my wife and kid."

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