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Fergie Says ‘Love Is Pain’ In Heartbreaking Interview Days Before Divorce Shocker

Days before announcing her spit from longtime hubby Josh Duhamel, Fergie spoke out about unhealthy relationships in a tell-all interview with The Breakfast Club radio crew.

Talk show host Angela Yee, shared a heartbreaking clip of the “My Humps” singer opening up about tragic relationships.

During the interview, Fergie explained the meaning behind several of her songs, saying one of them focuses on the feeling one gets when not being able to leave a horrible relationship. It’s about “torturing yourself with a relationship you keep going back to,” said the star, it’s “something you can’t leave or getaway from.”

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She also said that another song centered on a couple’s explosive fights and told the story of how people can lose themselves and insult people they care about when in the moment.

The leaked video comes just one day after Fergie, 42, and husband Josh Duhamel, 44, announced their upcoming divorce after thirteen years together. The couple has been married for eight years and shares son Axl, 4.

With absolute love and respect we decided to separate as a couple earlier this year,” they said in a joint statement to PEOPLE this Thursday.

While they seemed to be one of Hollywood’s happiest couples, recently uncovered the shocking and disastrous scandals that corrupted their marriage.

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