Black Eye Peas female vocalist Fergie says she wishes President Barack Obama would do more for gay marriage.

Appearing in the UK over the weekend at the T in the Park music festival near the town of Kinross, Fergie and band mates Taboo and spoke to music site NME.

The thirty-five-year-old Fergie told the site that she believed Obama had helped restore America's image abroad.

“I think Barack Obama definitely gave a different perspective of America on other countries and I think in terms of foreign relations he's really helped us and the way people think about America,” she said.

Fergie, a California native, also said Obama was a “great speaker.”

But she lamented that Obama does not support gay marriage.

“But I wish he would do more for gay marriages, though,” she added. “That's the one thing I want to happen!”

Fergie joined The Black Eyed Peas in 2003 after the all-female group Wild Orchid disbanded in 2001. In 2006, her debut solo album, The Dutchess, spawned six hits for Fergie, including Big Girls Don't Cry.