“Now, it’s all about the Black Eyed Peas,” the band’s singer told PEOPLE at Saturday’s KIIS-FM’s Wango Tango concert in Irvine, Calif. “We’ll see. At the end of this run that we’re doing right now, whatever feels natural and right. I always follow my gut. So, whatever it’s going to tell me is going to be right.”
Fergie, 34, said, “I am completely living in the present. It’s a different album, I just did the film [musical] Nine, I got married [to Josh Duhamel. Now] we’re back on the hustle, back on the grind.”
But, she adds, “When I’m in that place, I will tell you then!”
Fergie’s first record with the Black Eyed Peas in four years, The E.N.D. is set to hit stores June 9. At Saturday’s concert, performing with the Peas, she sported a midriff-baring shirt and showed off a tight tummy.
Of life now, Fergie tells PEOPLE, “I literally wake myself up in the morning and I don’t have to have an alarm anymore. I start getting new ideas: somebody I need to call because of a mix that we are doing, or we are performing, an idea that I have visually, for what I’m going to wear, or a crazy hairstyle that I want to do. It’s just living and breathing this right now. I think we all are. It’s day to day.”