Fergie's new music video is a tribute to 'M.I.L.F.$', starring Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Gemma Ward and more

Fergie and Ciara in 'M.I.L.F.$'.

Fergie and Ciara in 'M.I.L.F.$'. Photo: Twitter

Finally, here's the beautiful, heartfelt tribute to MILFdom that the world's long deserved.

Former Black Eyed Peas frontwoman Fergie (aka, Fergie Ferg, aka Stacy Ann Ferguson) has recruited a whole bunch of the internet's favourite celebrity mums for the music video for her new single, 'M.I.L.F.$'.

And, just to avoid any confusion, it's pronounced 'MILF Money' - and that final 'F' in the notorious acronym now stands for 'Follow'.

Directed by Colin Tilley (Nicki Minaj's 'Anaconda', Kendrick Lamar's 'Alright), the clip is set in the candy-coloured suburban world of MILFville and features superstar mums including Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Ciara, Gemma Ward, Alessandra Ambrosio, Devon Aoki, plus-size model Tara Lynn and other celebrity supermodels, splashing around seductively in milk, so much milk.

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It's not just goofy gaze-inducing stuff though, as viewers across the internet - and Fergie herself - were quick to note.

Tweaking the acronym's original objectifying sentiment, the clip takes a stand against breastfeeding stigmas (Teigen's shown breastfeeding her daughter Luna with a badass "Got a problem?" stare), and flips two fingers at society's insistence that older women - and especially mums - can't be sexy.

"Changing the acronym to Moms I'd Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all," Fergie, who has a three-year-old son with actor Josh Duhamel, told Entertainment Weekly ahead of the clip's release.

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

The song is the first single off Fergie's upcoming album, Double Dutchess.