Her debut solo album The Dutchess (2006) was a major commercial success on the charts and spawned three Billboard Hot 100 number one singles; "London Bridge", "Glamorous", and "Big Girls Don't Cry".
His autobiography, "Fallin' Up: My Story", co-authored with Steve Dennis, was released in February 2011.
He was diagnosed with stage 2 testicular cancer in June 2014 in a new interview, and that he went through 12 weeks of intense, aggressive chemotherapy out of the public eye.
“There were times that I wanted to give up, but I became inspired by sports figures who have gone through similar battles.
I began channeling my energy into the thing that keeps me alive and spirited: music,” he said.
We're talking about none other than Fergie, who has reportedly left Interscope Records to form her own label under BMG!
Video: Josh Duhamel & Little Axl Sweetly Serenade Fergie!“It all started with a pain in my back and abdomen,” the singer told People of his symptoms, which he initially believed to be the flu.“I was so busy working that I wasn’t worried about it, but I went to the emergency room to get checked out.” Following a series of tests, doctors diagnosed the 41-year-old with stage 2 testicular cancer in June 2014.ORIGINAL STORY 30/05/17: Just months after The Black Eyed Peas remixed their noughties anthem, ‘Where is the Love?’, the squad has us asking the same damn question about the band’s relationship.Taboo says he was diagnosed after going to the emergency room for what he thought was the flu. The Black Eyed Peas date back to 1988, when eighth-graders William Adams (will.i.am) and Allan Pineda (ap) met and began rapping and performing together around Los Angeles.