Fergie Video Gives MILF A New Meaning


We all know that mothers are in a class of their own, known for their strength, intelligence and beauty. To date, the term MILF was used to describe a mother who was sexy enough to be coveted by all, but with former Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie’s new video rendition of “M.I.L.F. $”, the term gets a whole new meaning attached to it. These girls are sexy all right, and they are the “Moms I’d Like to Follow” as we see Fergie, Kim Kardashian, Ciara, Chrissy Teigen, Alessandra Ambrosio and Amber Valletta strutting their stuff on screen while getting a little too much into a colourful ‘50s suburban fantasy. The gorgeous moms are shown off bathing in milk, drinking the shakes and getting some incredible spa treatments by the hunks. Add in some breastfeeding scenes and you get sexy with a rather homey twist. Then again, seeing Kim Kardashian’s curves in a suggestive swimsuit, wearing 10-inch gold heels and showering in milk is definitely not something we would have thought would be essential to the MILF image but now we cannot get it out of our heads!

The whole video is incredibly sexy with a catchy tune and catchier scenes that have you watching no matter your feelings about the multiple swear words included throughout that are so not mom-like. With the “milfman” riding about with milk in his truck, ogling all the mothers along the way, and a “Got Milf” ending to the video, it was a pretty awesome ride. Though it’s gonna be hard to remember all those lyrics we think. Of course the image of Fergie as a go-go soda waitress, a schoolteacher and vixen in a milk bath is not likely to be forgotten anytime soon. The whole thing is about empowering women while still maintaining the sexy approach. It’s neither feminist nor misogynist, instead playing up the fact that a mother multitasks, having a career, a family and still finding time to care for herself and explore her sensuality.

After all, being feminine is not a black and white concept cut in stone. As the first single since her 2014 comeback track called “L.A. Love (La La)” two years back, it’s definitely the right release from her upcoming LP Double Duchess, a follow up from her last solo album in 2006, The Duchess. The single can be found on all major digital music retail venues.