As of Nov. 2011, the Black Eyed Peas have been on hiatus, but that doesn't mean fans have stopped listening at all. Will.i.am is doing his solo thing right now with '#willpower,' and Fergie, who happens to be celebrating her birthday today, March 27, is busy with her first pregnancy. Taboo and apl.de.ap have been doing their own things, as well, while the foursome kicks their heels back for some time in the solo spotlight.
We don't know what's worse in this situation: the fact that parents, yes, parents -- those people whose goal in life is to embarrass you no matter how old you you are -- joined together for a 10-minute flash mob, or the fact that they chose to do it to LMFAO and the Black Eyed Peas.
While there was plenty of action at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards on Tuesday, will.i.am, apl.de.ap and 2NE1's CL stole the show with a knockout performance of the Black Eyed Peas' 'Where Is the Love?'.
While they flirted with the idea of bringing in Ashanti to replace Fergie, it seems the Black Eyed Peas have now decided to take an indefinite hiatus to allow all members to pursue solo projects and other interests outside of music.
Will.i.am is not a fan of rumors. The hitmaker took to Twitter today to tweet to his followers and set the record straight: the Black Eyed Peas are absolutely not replacing Fergie. Rumors hit the web this
This sounds so strange that it might actually be true. With Fergie expressing a desire to have kids sooner rather than later, one website is reporting that the Black Eyed Peas have decided to give her time off and replace her with Ashanti.
This weekend's polarizing Michael Jackson tribute show, dubbed Michael Forever, will be short a few Peas …. Black Eyed Peas, that is. The group has pulled out of its planned performance at the show, set to take place in Cardiff, Wales on Saturday, Oct. 8.
Despite some misleading comments from Kanye West at the Austin City Limits music festival last Friday, the Black Eyed Peas are not splitting, according to frontman Will.i.am. The dance-pop group is taking a break for a while, but will.i.am has assured fans that the hiatus will not be permanent.
The Michael Jackson tribute concert has secured some more star power for the illustrious event. Pop superstars Black Eyed Peas and Jennifer Hudson have been added to the all-star list of performers for the Oct. 8 event in Wales.
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