Fergie Says Axl Rose Wasn't The Only Inspiration For Her Baby's Name (Recap)
On Thursday Fergie Says Axl Rose Wasn't The Only Inspiration For Her Baby's Name was a top story. Here is the recap: (Extra) Fergie joined "Extra's" Mario Lopez at Universal Studios Hollywood. The new mom who goes way back with Mario just gushing over her son Axl with hubby Josh Duhamel.
Mario, "How is baby Axl?" Fergie, "He's amazing, baby Axl, I love that you call him that
That's what we call him
He's amazing, little man
He just looks at me and it's my world."
Fergie already in amazing shape since giving birth nearly three months ago sharing her secret to getting her body back, "Trainers mixed with belly dancing yoga which was quite funny when I was pregnant." Fergie explained what it is, "You do a lot of the normal yoga stuff, stretching and then we put on the waist band with the jewels on it and do a little belly dancing
I'm trying to have a really healthy relationship in the way I look at working out, I have to balance everything being a mom."
The new mom also dishing on who they names baby Axl after, Mario asking, "Did you name him after Axl Rose or Axel Foley from "Beverly Hills Cop?" Fergie responded, "Both
80s! I had this dream and Axl Rose was singing, it was cool."
What is also cool, the way Fergie and Josh soothe baby Axl, "We make up songs
We're kind of like that couple in 'Best With Show,' the cornier the better." Fergie even saying Josh harmonizes.
Fergie saying while she is in full mommy mode, she is still working on music, "I'm just kind of in my cave now, writing, watching what is going on, looking, listening."
Fergie also saying she would definitely be interested in being a judge or mentor on a TV singing competition show, "I would have to make the time because I dive into things and I dive in whole heartedly and I have to give that time."
The singer is currently spending time on Project Sunlight. She explained, "It's Universal Children's Day today and we're helping two million children, to give them safe water, school meals, hygiene education through UNICEF and just really doing good and kicking this campaign off." - more on this story
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