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“We’re great friends, we love each other so much, and it just got to the point where it was getting a little weird,” she continued, adding, “there’s no perfect time so we just decided to do it.” RELATED: Fergie says new soul-baring album isn’t all about Josh Duhamel As for whether the pair, who have a 4-year-old son Axl, timed the announcement of their separation so that she could focus more on promoting the album, Fergie continued to stress the weirdness of the situation.
“I don’t know, you can ask him, but it was just getting a little weird to laugh through the first date questions,” she said, laughing.
"It wasn't that extensive but yea, having feelings at that age.
The Dutchess rolled her eyes saying “am I allowed to pass on this? Plead the fifth,” insisting it “wasn’t that serious.” Watch the full interview below.
Later in the day, the twosome went to see the New York Jets play against the Miami Dolphins at Met Life Stadium. GO @Miami Dolphins," Fergie captioned two cute photos of her and Axl sitting in the stands.
Last night, the ultimate Throwback Thursday was not on Instagram, but rather the main room at Manhattan’s iconic Four Seasons restaurant, in the now-revamped Grill and the Pool rooms.
” “I am sorry to say the fun is about to end,” Cohen replied. ” When the host reminded the singer she could only skip one question, Fergie whispered, “F–k!
Sunday was "date night" for Fergie and the main man in her life—4-year-old son, Axl Jack.
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.
Over the weekend, the newly single songstress overwhelmed us with cuteness, as she took to Twitter to post heartwarming highlights from the day's mother-son activities.
"Date night with Axl Jack seeing @aladdin," the "Hungry" singer captioned an aw-inducing clip that documented her toddler's introduction to the musical show, complete with a tour of Aladdin's cave of wonders.
It was there that a musical time warp occurred, as Fergie ran through her greatest hits from the early aughts, from “Fergalicious” to “London Bridge” to the Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling.” The singer was performing to close out a evening, however, to celebrated an occasion very of 2017: the launch of Bumble Bizz, a brand new aspect of the female-first dating app, which focuses on professional networking.
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.