Fergie wants to make a music video for every single on her album 'Double Dutchess '.

The 42-year-old singer released her second studio LP in September this year, and the star has revealed she has set herself the hard task of creating footage to accompany all 13 songs on her compilation.

Speaking to Metro newspaper about her latest project, the 'Glamorous' hitmaker said: ''It's a labour of love. I've always been a visual [person, so I was like 'F**l it, let's do a video for every song.'''

The former Black Eyed Peas band member - who was in the band alongside will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo - has admitted she ''loves the humour'' of British people, and that noone takes anything ''too serious''.

She explained: ''I love the humour. Sometimes people are a little too serious.

''What I love about the Brits is everyone can have quite a laugh at something. nothing is too serious.

''Everything has a little snigger. I appreciate that way of thinking.''

Meanwhile, Fergie recently announced her split with her former partner Josh Duhamel, but the pair are still amicable and plan to remain civil with one another for the sake of their four-year-old son Axl.

Speaking previously, the blonde-haired beauty said: ''We're great friends, Josh and I, there's so much love that we have for each other. We really like each other, we have fun with each other. We're just not a romantic couple anymore.

''But we are still Axl's parents through and through.''