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Fergie releases M.I.L.F. Money video

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Fergie has finally dropped her much-anticipated “M.I.L.F. $” video.

Released Friday, the star-studded visual features celebrity “MILFs” Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, and Ciara as they act as neighbors in “Milfville” while the “milfman” drives around delivering milk. They hang out at a diner with stripper poles, a spa, and a classroom. They also pour milk on themselves and take selfies. “Got MILF?” they ask.

The video, directed by Colin Tilley, also features Alessanda Ambrosio,Gemma Ward, Tara Lynn, Devon Aoki, Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana, Amber Valletta, and Natasha Poly.

“Changing the acronym to Moms I’d Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all,” says Fergie in a statement. “They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course :).”

Buzz for the video has been building since late May, when rumors about its A-list roster began trickling onto the web. According to Us Weekly, Kardashian, Teigen, and Ciara joined Fergie on a Los Angeles set with “colorful wigs and gear, as well as vibrant ‘MILF Shakes’ in front of a giant green screen.” Kanye West and John Legend were also reportedly present, though it was unclear whether they would appear alongside their respective partners or if they were just supporting their wives from the sidelines.

Fergie premiered “M.I.L.F. $” early on Friday. The trap-heavy club number is only her second official taste of new music in almost a decade. She hasn’t put out a full record since her 2006 solo debut The Dutchess, which notched three No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100.

The Black Eyed Peas alum has been teasing a Dutchess follow-up for nearly two years, releasing “L.A. Love (La La)” in September 2014. Earlier in June, she also debuted a pair of artsy preview videos for the impending LP. Both featured abstract black-and-white images set to a bass-soaked track titled “Hungry.”

Fergie road-tested several new songs from the upcoming project, widely expected to be titled Double Dutchess, during her May performance at Rock in Rio. One song, a ’90s rap track titled “You Already Know,” reportedly features Nicki Minaj, while another, “Just Like You,” is a slinky R&B cut.

Watch the video for “M.I.L.F. $” above.

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