Fergie, 34, who had taken a break from the group to concentrate on her solo music career, with her debut album 'The Dutchess' becoming a hit, says she is happy to be back in the group.
"It's nice to be back with the guys. We had a break and it is really good to get back together," the Daily Telegraph quoted Fergie as telling LA's Insider. "I did my album The Dutchess, and I got to film the movie Nine, plan my wedding, get married, go on my honeymoon, all of that, and it just felt right to get back with the boys," she added.
It's been four years since the band, Fergie, will.i.am, aple.de.ap, and Taboo, released their fourth studio album, 'Monkey Business', which sold more than 10 million copies and won them two Grammy Awards. They had massive worldwide hits with the singles ''Don't Phunk With My Heart'', ''Don't Lie'' and ''Pump It'' and it looks set to continue as the new single, ''Boom Boom Pow'', went straight to the top of the US charts.