Fergie, will.i.am, Taboo and apl.de.ap were forced to stop the robotic-themed video shoot when a sudden gust of sand swept the set.
Hip-Hop group Black Eyed Peas went to the desert in Los Angeles on January 13 to shoot their latest music video. In the middle of the shooting process, a sand storm swept the dry area, causing the filming to be put on hold.
The video reportedly has futuristic theme with Stacy Ferguson and several extras dressing in robotic costumes. While the male members will.i.am, Taboo and apl.de.ap were hardly affected by the sudden gust of sand, scantily clad Fergie was quickly wrapped in a blanket by her assistant.
It is unclear what single the band who are scheduled to sing at 2010 Grammys were shooting the video for. It is either for "Imma Be" or "Rock That Body" since those are two singles expected to be released at later dates by them.
Pictures of Black Eyed Peas filming music video can be seen on Celebrity Mania.