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Fergie has assembled a sexy celebrity 'mother's club' in her latest music video.

Lord, have mercy.

Fergie has dropped a star-studded video for her latest song and it’s… well, it’s something.

The three-and-half minutes of commercialised porn cutting-edge music video accompanies Fergie’s aptly titled new song ‘M.I.L.F. $’, the first single from her second solo album Double Duchess.

Fergie and co in music video for M.I.LF.
Fergie is joined by a posse of A-list mothers in the video for M.I.L.F. Image via Interscope Records.

The clip features a posse of A-list mothers assembled as neighbours in the fantastical suburb of "Milfville" swanning about, shaking their butts and generally acting hyper-sexualised while a "milfman" drives around delivering milk and getting rather flustered.

(Because, you know, new mothers don't have enough pressure on them to get back their pre-baby bodies immediately after giving birth.)

Kim Kardashian and model Chrissy Teigen (a recent recruit to the yummy mummy club) take centre stage in the MILF parade.

Kim Kardashian went full Kim Kardashian in the video for M.I.L.F. We wouldn't be surprised if standing under a milk shower in metallic platforms was her usual morning routine... Image via Interscope Records.

Rounding out the roll call is Ciara, Alessanda Ambrosio, Gemma Ward, Tara Lynn, Devon Aoki, Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana, Amber Valletta, and Natasha Poly.

Kim K and Chrissy Teigen flank Fergie in the raunchy video. Image via Interscope Records.
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The 41-year-old former Black Eyed Peas member has a young son, Axl Jack Duhamel, with her husband Josh Duhamel.

The chorus is more of a rhythmic chant: "You got that, you got that, you got that milk money / I got that, I got that, I got that MILF money."

So is this M.I.L.F. parade ("Moms I'd Like To Follow" in this context, as appropriated by the Fergster) an empowering statement for all the new mothers out there, or is this perfectly toned and contoured collection of celebrities just another way to make women feel crap about themselves?

In a statement, Fergie claimed it is the former:

"Changing the acronym to Moms I'd Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all."

She added: "They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course :)."

Domestic goddess Fergie fans the poor "milfman", who is overcome by the sheer good looks of the residents of "Milfville". Image via Interscope Records.

So has Fergie been successful in taking ownership of the word "motherf*cker" and turning it into something positive? Tell us what you think.

Tags: celebrity , kim-kardashian
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