Is Fergie Working On A Solo Or Black Eyed Peas Album?

'My brain's not really there right now,' Fergie tells MTV News of her musical hiatus.

The Black Eyed Peas have certainly been enjoying their much-deserved break. Back in November, BEP announced they were going on an indefinite hiatus following three years on the road in support of their albums The Beginning and The E.N.D.

MTV News caught up with Fergie on Thursday (March 22) in New York, and she couldn't be happier being off the road and spending some time at home.

"I love being on break. I'm getting to do things I really didn't have the capacity to do on tour," Fergie said at the Voli Light Vodka Brunch. "I get more structure at home, I get more time with family, with my husband, with my dogs. I'm still cleaning out my closet, getting to decorate my house, just nesting. I love it."

Fergie has been keeping herself busy, though. Even though she won't be a judge on "The X Factor," the singer is set to release her third fragrance and is working on her shoe line.

"I'm more focusing on my other things, like my shoe line, I'm designing for that. I'm really getting to work from home, and I'm loving it," Fergie said. "Having all these creative juices flowing into more girly things and visual and things like that for me."

The last time the Peas took a break, Fergie released her first solo album, The Dutchess. The album produced three #1 singles: "London Bridge," "Big Girls Don't Cry" and "Glamorous." Yet this time around, Fergie isn't very eager to have the spotlight all to herself.

"I'm always writing, but there's no current plans for a solo record or a Black Eyed Peas record. I was on tour for eight years. My brain's not really there right now," Fergie said. "It's kind of just a machine that kept on moving with no signs of stopping. Finally, it's break time."

The other members of the Black Eyed Peas have been keeping busy on personal projects as well, is continuing to work on his next solo album, #WillPower, and will make an appearance on Justin Bieber's upcoming album, Believe. Taboo is working on his own solo project and heading overseas for the Ultramagnetic DJ Experience tour, and will reportedly focus on being an education ambassador in the Philippines.

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