Fergie Goes Topless to Promote New Album 'Double Dutchess'

Fergie Goes Topless to Promote New Album 'Double Dutchess'

The 'Life Goes On' singer has taken to social media to announce her new album with a clip that finds her striking an array of seductive poses.
The Dutchess is back! Stacy Ferguson a.k.a. Fergie has been teasing fans about the follow-up to her debut album "The Dutchess" since forever. And now, the 42-year-old songstress has officially announced that "Double Dutchess" is ready for pre-order this month.

The "Big Girls Don't Cry" hitmaker has taken to her Twitter account to share a promotional video, which sees her striking a number of sexy poses for the camera. She shows off her age-defying body in a skintight leotard, killer high heels and dramatic makeup, and at one point, she even ditches her bra for a topless shot.

Hinting that the visuals will serve as the new album's artwork, the Black Eyed Peas frontwoman writes alongside the black-and-white clip, "THE COVER B***HEZ!!! PREORDER 8/25!! #DOUBLEDUTCHESS."

Fergie has been taking her sweet time to work on "Double Dutchess", as she reportedly has been cooking up the effort since three years ago. The album will be the singer's first project since leaving her old label Interscope and creating her own label Dutchess Music a few months ago. "It's an opportunity to release my solo music as well as develop and nurture new artists," she previously said. "This next chapter in my career will allow me the independence to evolve both as an artist and a businesswoman."

She hasn't been keeping fans in the dark about the upcoming album, though. In the past few years, Fergie has released some hit tracks, including "L.A. Love (La La)", "Life Goes On" and "M.I.L.F. $", which serves as the lead single of "Double Dutchess".

While "M.I.L.F. $" didn't do quite well in music charts, the song made a number of headlines because of its music video. The star-studded clip featured Hollywood hot mothers, such as Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Alessandra Ambrosio, Ciara, Devon Aoki, Angela Lindvall, Isabeli Fontana and Natasha Poly.

"Changing the acronym to Moms I'd Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all," Fergie said at that time. "They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course."

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