Fergie Talks 'Cheating' & How Kanye West Helped Hip-Hop Become More Gay-Friendly

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    While her husband finds himself fending off allegations of an affair, Fergie admits now that she's married, having a certain kind of fun with other women isn't allowed.

    While her husband finds himself fending off allegations of an affair, Fergie admits now that she's married, having a certain kind of fun with other women isn't allowed.

    In a new interview with The Advocate, that appears to have been done before the scandal broke last week where a stripper alleged to various media outlets that she had an affair with Fergie's husband, Josh Duhamel, the Black Eyed Peas powerhouse said she is into girls, but won't go there now that she's married.

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    "I've been very honest with him from the get-go. I think women are beautiful, I've had a lot of fun with women, and I'm not ashamed of it," Fergie said. "The problem is that I also love a well-endowed man. But just because I enjoy women doesn't mean I'm allowed to have affairs in my relationship. I learned through talking with my therapist that it is still cheating even if it's with girls, so there is a rule there."

    Fergie also hinted she and Josh previously made a fake sex tape, but there's no chance it will come out like the nude tape did over the summer between Eric Dane, Rebecca Gayheart and KariAnn Peniche.

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    "No, that's not happening. We're too smart for that. We've done some filming but with no tape in the camera," she said.

    The singer also said her bandmates in the Peas are "gay friendly," and she credits Kanye West for helping make hip-hop more open and accepting.

    "They're completely gay-friendly. Are you kidding me? Look at how they dress," she laughed. "Kanye West really did a great thing for hip-hop and made it very mixed and open."

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    And the star, who had her first real brush with fame as a child in '80s, revealed she made her first gay friend on "Kids Incorporated."

    "Oh, there were plenty on that show. But I don't want to out anyone, just in case," she said.

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