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Monday 28 July 2014

Fergie 'indulging' at Christmas

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Fergie can't wait to dig into her mother's "homemade lasagna" over the holidays.

The singer and her husband Josh Duhamel will spend Christmas with their family this year.

Fergie will maintain her strict diet even though she'll be eating a lot of home cooking.

"My plans are to go to my mom's for Christmas, have a nice Voli cocktail and her homemade lasagna," Fergie told ET Online Cell Phones for Soldiers Voli Light Vodka Party she hosted in Hollywood Thursday.

"She makes turkey lasagna with low-fat mozzarella cheese. It's still indulging a little bit, but without all the guilt."

Fergie hopes to bring Christmas cheer to soldiers this year through the Cell Phones for Soldiers charity.

"I get to present to the troops tonight a big calling card… It's a very special hosting gig I have tonight. It means a lot," she shared.

"Cell Phones for Soldiers is such an amazing organisation. [For every old or broken cell phone donated], they give minutes to the troops, so tonight we are raising at least 500,000 minutes for the troops so that the troops can call home for the holidays. It's such a great cause, and I'm just a huge supporter of our troops."

Fergie will be partying with the whole of America on New Year's Eve.

She and her buddy Ryan Seacrest will bring in 2013 with a bang.

"My plans for New Year's Eve is I will be co-hosting the Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest, counting down to the New Year, to 2013," she gushed.

"Cheers!"

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