Get note, Kanye West. There a way to release a music video featuring fully consenting adults that still makes a comment on fame. Who knew? (Everyone.)
Fergie premiered the star-studded video for her new single "M.I.L.F. $" on Friday evening, featuring popular moms like Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen and Ciara.
And it truly is T to the A to the S-T-E-Y. Yeah, we kept the E. Taking inspiration from the '50s housewife aesthetic, the video finds its setting in "Milfville," an idyllic community exactly where moms are supermodels, the milkman belongs in a J.Crew catalogue and everyone would seem dairy quite intent on pouring milk all more than their bodies. You know, normal mom stuff.
But ahead of the detest tweets about the problematic use of the term “M.I.L.F.,” start rolling in, the 41-year-previous singer produced a level to tweak the last letter to stand for “follow.” “Changing the acronym to Moms I’d Like To Adhere to is about empowering ladies who do it all,” Fergie explained in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. “They have a occupation, a family members, and nonetheless discover the time to get care of themselves and come to feel attractive. With a wink of program :).” "M.I.L.F. $," the first we've heard from Fergie because "The Duchess" was released almost a decade ago, is the lead single off her approaching album anticipated to be titled "Double Duchess." Directed by Colin Tilley, the music video also features a veritable who's who of the mommy modeling globe, including Alessanda Ambrosio,Gemma Ward, Tara Lynn, Devon Aoki, Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana, Amber Valletta and Natasha Poly. And you know a music video is good when it has its own Instagram account. Soon after the "M.I.L.F. $" dropped, behind-the scenes images from the video shoot featuring the moms in question popped up on the internet. Consider a seem beneath.