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Fergie: Singer, Shoe Designer, Mom-to-Be ... Makeup Artist?

03/21/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

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Fergie may be expecting her first child, but don’t look for her to go into full nesting mode just yet. The singer says she’s busy writing music, making plans to support husband Josh Duhamel at the Kids’ Choice Awards — and even giving makeovers to girls in N.Y.C.’s Times Square.

Stopping by the Good Morning America set Thursday, the star chatted about her pregnancy with Lara Spencer, then got down to business, applying her Wet n Wild makeup collection to girls in the studio (see the whole video below).

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The models showed off spring makeup trends with Fergie narrating each look, from cat eyes to bold, bright colors. And she gave her own tips for how to wear her designs — even noting that she’d tested her liquid eyeliner on the treadmill and it passed that test!

If you’re loving the pretty pink lipstick Fergie wears in the video, you’re in luck: it’s V.I.Pink, the debut product of the star’s latest Wet n Wild collaboration, from which a portion of proceeds will be donated to amfAR.

Tell us: Which Fergie makeup look would you most want to try?

–Alex Apatoff

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