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Fergie feels “blessed to be alive” following her addiction to crystal methamphetamine

The Black Eyed Peas singer — who developed a dependency on the drug in 2001 — is proud of her recovery from substance abuse, which she says she managed in her own way, which includes permitting herself to continue drinking alcohol, even though it is not recommended by addiction experts.

“I’m not claiming to be sober. I think that that would be misleading. I drink alcohol. My father has a vineyard, and the wine is really delicious, by the way,” she told America’s Glamour magazine.

“Anyway, for most addicts, they would advise never to have any sort of substance. I just have my own journey, and I am very blessed to this day to be alive.”

The My Humps hitmaker admits she always believed she would conquer her problems, even when other people started to doubt her.

“There were periods of my life when a lot of people didn’t believe in me,” she said. “I still had faith in myself. I really had to ask myself life questions. Where do I see myself in five years? Create a ladder for yourself, and walk up the steps. Climb that ladder.”

Fergie — who married actor Josh Duhamel in 2009 — also admitted she chooses not to let allegations of infidelity surrounding the showbiz couple affect their relationship.

“Our relationship was stronger than that,” she said. “We live in a voyeuristic world, and it’s part of our business. But I like to focus on all the perks that I get in this business.”

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