Fergie Says New Album Makes Her 'Tear Up,' Gets Deeply Personal

However, both Fergie and Josh chose to stay mum over their split so far.

"We just wanted to get adjusted in private", she said.

Fergie and Josh Duhamel seem to have lived separate lives before they announced their split last week.

"We're great friends, Josh and I, there's so much love that we have for each other", she explained to Entertainment Tonight.

"With absolute love and respect, we chose to separate as a couple earlier this year", the former couple confirmed in a joint statement to Us Weekly on September 14.

The singer talked about her marriage at a screening Wednesday for her new visual album, "Double Dutchess," at iPic Theaters Fulton Market in NY. I mean, I cry in a couple of the videos, so there's definitely tears that were let out, ' she told told Us Weekly at the launch at The Tuck Room at iPic Theaters in NYC on Wednesday. "We are still Axl's parents through and through, and our families - each other's families, the cousins, my nieces and nephews - it's all the same", she told ET. "We are and will always be united in our support of each other and our family.". "There's no flawless time, so we just made a decision to do it".

"She's also ready to "[make] sure that life is balanced, and I'm open.

The 42 year old "Fergalicious" hitmaker and her 44-year-old actor-husband had earlier this month announced they were splitting up after eight years of marriage. I get to learn from the teachers and see how he reacts in a group of friends that he knows.

Duhamel and Fergie just celebrated their eighth anniversary in January.

We've loved all of Fergie's music videos so far this new era and we think this is our most favorite one yet. Yeah, musical babies are special to you, that's why I wanted to release the whole thing and have a lot of the different sides of me come out.

Vanessa Coleman