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UPDATE: A source tells E! News that Fergie's second solo album is set to be released this spring.


We gotta feeling that new music from Fergie is arriving really soon.

It's hard to believe that it has been almost 10 years since the lead singer of the Black Eyed Peas released her solo album The Dutchess

And while she's dropped some new music here and there including the hit single "L.A. Love (La La)," fans haven't been able to experience a whole album of new tracks…until now!

According to Women's Wear Daily, Josh Duhamel's wife was recently in Paris shooting the cover and press materials for her second highly anticipated solo album that's due out in March. Yes, that's only two months away people!

The publication also reports that Fergie posed in outfits by world-famous designers including Tom Ford, Gianvito Rossi, Rosamosario and Raf Simons. She even was reportedly filming a music video with help from creative director Gionvanni Bianco. While the singer is staying mum, she did share an article hinting at an album release date. 

In recent months, there have been a few signs that suggest Fergie has been hard at work in the music studio.

Recently, Charlie Puth shared an Instagram alongside Fergie with the caption, "1, 2 HIT IT @Fergie." She also teased a major collaboration with the one and only Nicki Minaj during an interview with "Ebro in the Morning" on Hot 97.

As for why the album release has taken a little longer than expected, a shoe line, family and an adorable son named Axl may have to do with it.

"I've been just in my little creative cave and the ideas come when they come and that's the beauty of it," she explained to Ryan Seacrest back in 2013. "It's so not forced, so when I do come out with my album, I'm going to be really proud of it."

She added, "It was time for me to get a little break and have my kid." 

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