Fergie's 'MILF Money' video is an ode to model mums

Now, she's firing back at allegations that her body - specifically her waist - was Photoshopped in Fergie's video for "M.I.L.F. $".

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian says she wasn't photoshopped in Fergie's latest music video. Here's how she is going about it.

As you can see in the Kim Kardashian photos we've posted here, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star sports a blond wig and shows off a small waist throughout her cameo.

Kim Kardashian has kalled out her kritics.

Chrissy is one of the celebrity beauties titillating viewers in the provocative M.I.L.F.$. promo, and in once scene she stares into the camera while feeding little Luna, her child with singer husband John Legend. "And she's doing a very strict Atkins plan, eating about 20 grams of carbs a day". Initially, fans were speculating that it was just photoshop, but Kim proved them wrong, although she admits to wearing a corset to get back in shape. "So when he first saw her, he said, 'Is that Nori's mom?'"

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She wrote: "I'm wearing latex shorts with a corset built into the back that cinches-in my waist to be insane tiny". I had to really stay focused.

Her waist looked incredibly thin in proportion to the rest of her body, which led many people to believe that her body had been touched up for the video, issuing in an array of hate comments.

Kardashian, Teigen and others have joined the mothers club by Fergie, rounded out by other high profile members Alessanda Ambrosio, Gemma Ward, Tara Lynn, Devon Aoki, Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana, Amber Valletta and Natasha Poly.

Fergie chants that the MILFs are "I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T", which is definitely an improvement from the last time she spelled out a word in the middle of a song.

  • Michelle Webb