The couple have been married 8 years, but they've reached the end of the road.
This year has seen the end of yet another celebrity marriage we thought would last for many more years to come. Fergie and Josh Duhamel have announced that they are going their separate ways after being wed over eight and a half years. Though it looks like they'll always be a close family unit.
Fergie and Josh Duhamel at Tom Ford 2015 Autumn/Winter show
Fergie and Josh revealed in a statement that they had actually decided to separate several months ago, but didn't want to tell the world before their 4-year-old son Axl had time to adjust to the new circumstances. It's a sad turn of events, but an amicable one nonetheless.
Continue reading: Fergie And Josh Duhamel Separated Earlier This Year
With this fifth Transformers movie, it seems clear that Michael Bay is still trying to define this franchise. The first film was solidly entertaining, but the sequels have been hit and miss. And this jarringly chaotic episode never finds its feet. Is it aimed at teen boys (robots hitting each other), young children (a random little girl in the cast) or action fans (Mark Wahlberg being heroic)? Meanwhile, the plot only barely connects a stream of wildly overblown set-pieces.
We find Wahlberg's mad inventor Cade now in hiding protecting the good Autobots, while government meathead Lennox (Josh Duhamel) chases the evil Decepticons. Somewhere in space, tentacled temptress Quintessa (Gemma Chan) has turned heroic Transformer Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) to the dark side, and now they're heading to suck the life out of Earth, as you do. Humanity's only hope is in a mysterious talisman Cade possesses and the staff of Merlin the magician (Stanley Tucci in an Arthurian prologue), which only Oxford professor Vivian (Laura Haddock) can wield. She's accompanied by dotty Sir Edmund (Anthony Hopkins), who helpfully explains the mythology with the assistance of robot butler Cogman (Jim Carter). Then everyone converges on Stonehenge for an epic battle.
To be fair, Bay does have an eye for spectacle, and the film looks properly amazing in Imax 3D, especially as Bay throws everything he can think of at the screen, including some adorable baby dinosaur robots, a submarine chase, various elements from Star Wars and Alien, and a military invasion that desperately wants to outdo Saving Private Ryan's opening scene. All of this is piled into a blender and edited together with absolutely no sense of logic or geography.
Continue reading: Transformers: The Last Knight Review
Josh Duhamel at the European Premiere of 'Deepwater Horizon' held at Cineworld, Leicester Square, London, United Kingdom - Monday 26th September 2016
Josh Duhamel makes an appearance on 'Extra' which was being filmed at Universal Studios Hollywood - Wednesday 17th August 2016
Her album's out in ten days, you say?
There's really not much excuse for this; Josh Duhamel has dropped some major news about wife Fergie's music plans regarding her tour and album release. And it's not like he doesn't know about keeping secrets in showbiz given that he's an actor himself. Well at least he's showing an interest.
Duhamel spills the beans about Fergie's album
Former Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie is due to unveil her second solo album, ten years after her debut 'The Dutchess'. Entitled 'Double Dutchess', it's actually been quite a while in the making. She released the album's lead single 'L.A. Love (La La)' back in 2014, but we haven't heard anything since.
Continue reading: Josh Duhamel Spills About Fergie's Album And 2017 Tour
Fergie has taken some time out since welcoming son Axl Jack into the world with Josh Duhamel.
We may not have been seeing much of Fergie in recent months, but that doesn't mean she hasn't been super busy. The singer took some time out to enjoy becoming a mother for the first time following the birth of Axl Jack Duhamel in August 2013.
Fergie's loving becoming a mother
Speaking on the red carpet at the 2014 American Music Awards, the star admitted how much she was enjoying raising her son with hubby Josh Duhamel, whom she married back in 2009. 'Motherhood is amazing', she gushed. 'I had no idea it would be so fun. Learning about holidays through a whole new set of eyes and a whole brain.'
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When Kate (Hillary Swank), a concert pianist, is diagnosed with ALS (also known as Motor Neurone Disease or Lou Gehrig’s Disease), she realsised that not only does she have to give up on her career, but only a short time left to live. As she will steadily lose the ability to walk and care for herself, she is entrusted to the care of Bec (Emmy Rossum), a reckless college student. The two steadily begin to develop a strong bond, as Kate is able to see Bec’s true appreciation for every part of life, and feels a little more alive because of it.
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The most surprising thing about this comedy is that it's not very funny, but then it's not meant to be. This is a trippy odyssey into the mind of a drug-addled guy who thinks the world is falling apart around him. Sure, it's fitfully amusing, but it's also harrowing and utterly bonkers. And there are some moments of sublime emotion in there too.
Dan Fogler stars as Warren, a 33-year-old unemployed graphic novelist who is haunted by dreams about the world ending on 21st December 2012. But there's another date approaching much sooner that has him even more shaken: his wedding to his rather too-hot fiancee Karen (Kelly Hitchinson), who is trying to get pregnant as she plans the big day. Then in a peyote-induced stupor, Warren becomes convinced that he has been given some sort of psychic insight into the apocalypse, and asks his best pal Balance (Yang Miller) to help him make a documentary film about the strange events going on around him. And things get very strange indeed.
Written and directed by Fogler and Michael Canzoniero, the film flickers back and forth between Warren's luridly coloured drug trips and his even more jarring lucid moments. Every scene is packed with existential chatter, like a Woody Allen movie for potheads, while the tone swings wildly between dark drama, broad slapstick and even a couple of zany musical numbers. Which is appropriate for a film set in the mind of a man who isn't always sober. It's not easy to watch this slobby nice guy lose his mind, but there are observations along the way that add strong resonance.
Continue reading: Don Peyote Review
Josh Duhamel and Dan Fogler become stranded in the desert.
Scenic Route has finally been released on DVD in the USA after enjoying a limited, but well-received summer cinema outing. This Michael and Kevin Goetz, Josh Duhamel-starring indie premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival last March, which means you may have missed this surreal psychological thriller the first time round.
Josh Duhamel & Dan Fogler Are Two Friends Whose Roadtrip Goes Awry.
Here's why you shouldn't let it pass you by now: Josh Duhamel and Dan Fogler star in a movie of two halves. A man with a seemingly perfect life embarks on a roadtrip with one of his lifelong friends but their desert drive takes a darker turn when they break down in the middle of nowhere with no phone signal.
Mitchell seemed to have the perfect life with a beautiful wife, a family, nice house and a successful career. However, he finds himself missing old times from his youth and so embarks on a road trip with a friend who has known him his whole life, Carter. During the long trip, their pickup truck breaks down in the middle of a desert road leaving them stranded with no signal on their cell phones to call for help. It's not too long before a supposed stroke of luck, though, when another car stops to help them. In a strange turn of events, Carter waves the other driver away insisting that they hadn't actually broken down, and admits to a furious Mitchell that he took a wire out in a bid to have a catch up with his old friend. They do talk, but as the frozen desert night air overcomes them, tensions arise as they begin to criticise each other's lives - an argument that very quickly turns nasty.
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Fergie and Josh have drawn inspiration for their baby's name from rock royalty.
a) Spannr Sam? b) Rchet Rob? c) Axl Jack?
Fergie & Josh Duhamel Welcome Their First Child.
What have Fergie and Josh Duhamel decided that their 'sweet child' would be called?
Hip-hop singer Fergie may have made her name as part of pop group Black Eyed Peas but she's shown that rock music is where her heart lies, after collaborating with Slash and now has named her first born child after the guitarist's former band, Guns n' Roses.
Fergie & Josh Welcome Axl Jack Into Their Lives.
She and her actor husband, Josh Duhamel, had a baby yesterday (29th August) - a little boy who weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces. It takes some parents a few days to decide what they'll call their new bundle of joy but Fergie and Josh wasted no time in naming their son Axl Jack Duhamel, in honour of Guns n' Roses' notorious frontman, Axl Rose.
Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough - Author of 'Safe Haven', Nicolas Sparks and co-stars in the film of the same name, Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough attend a book signing at Easons - Dublin, Ireland - Friday 22nd February 2013
Fergie, Josh Duhamel and Oliver Hudson Wednesday 25th January 2012 Fergie posted this picture of her husband Josh Duhamel and Oliver Hudson on Twitter with the quote, 'Check out @joshduhamel & @theoliverhudson's #pornstaches'
Date of birth
14th November, 1972
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