Watch: Fergie – ‘M.I.L.F.$’ Music Video

Fergie has began her comeback with a music video featuring some of Hollywood’s most famous mothers. The video features Kim Kardashian, Ciara, Chrissy Tiegen among others. “M.I.L.F.$” is the first single from Fergie’s long awaited album, Double Dutchess, expected to be released later this year.

Back in 2006, Fergie went solo from The Black Eyed Peas for The Dutchess. With the Black Eyed Peas on their second hiatus, Fergie is ready to go solo again, and “M.I.L.F.$” follows much in the vein of past singles like “Fergalicious” and “London Bridge”. The music video, which has amassed over 25 million views in little over a week, is either a strong indication that Fergie’s decade long absence has been missed…or that a video featuring Fergie, Kim Kardashian, and other “MILFS” writhing around half naked and dousing themselves in milk will go viral regardless of the song itself.

Watch Fergie’s new music video above. You can buy “M.I.L.F.$” on iTunes here.

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