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'Happy birthday to my girl. 40 never looked so good!!' so Duhamel captions a tweet pic of Fergie blowing out her birthday candles.
The 'L.A. Love' singer explains that she won't likely be a part of the project, which will mark BEP's 20th anniversary, because she only joined the group in 2003.
The 'L.A. Love (La La)' singer reveals in a new interview that she and her husband have embraced therapy to make sure their relationship stays strong.
The Black Eyed Peas frontwoman sings and dances alongside cheerleaders, cleaning staff and team officials among others during the surprise performance at a game against the L.A. Lakers.
Near the end of her performance, the 39-year-old songstress stripped off her robe with one hand, but it got stuck and hanged onto her butt.
Sparks looks gorgeous in a Halston Heritage dress which hugs her curves, while the 'Big Girls Don't Cry' hitmaker shows her leg in a chic ensemble.
The Black Eyed Peas leading lady hints that the upcoming duet is a part of her first solo album since 'The Dutchess'.
The star-studded clip directed by Fatima Robinson also features cameos from Chelsea Handler, Sevyn Streeter, Hilary Swank, Wilmer Valderrama, Blake Griffin and Tommy Chong.
Also announced as an AMA performer is Garth Brooks, who will sing a track off his new album from a stop on his ongoing tour.
While it's still unclear what Lorde will sing at the event, Fergie will deliver a live performance of 'L.A. LOVE (la la)' and 1D will sing a song from their 'FOUR' album.
The Black Eyed Peas singer has shot a music video for her comeback single with Fatima Robinson as director.
In an interview on Power 106, the Black Eyed Peas member says her new solo effort already has a name but she refuses to reveal it.
The hip-hop-tinged track is the first song to be lifted off the Black Eyed Peas member's upcoming comeback album which is reportedly titled 'Smile Now, Cry Later'.
According to Billboard Associate Director of Charts/Radio Gary Trust, the first single off Fergie's upcoming album will premiere in full on September 30.
According to some sources, the Black Eyed Peas member works with producer Mike WiLL Made It for the follow-up to 2006's 'The Duchess'.