Fergie's New M.I.L.F $ #MomSquad is GOALS

This anthem for working moms features super-hot celeb mamas Chrissy Teigen, Kim K, Ciara, and more strutting their stuff and earning their M.I.L.F. $.

Taylor Swift's Girl Squad is so 2015. This year it's all about Fergie's Mom Posse, thanks to the singer's awesome new "M.I.L.F. $" video—and we totally want in!

Released Friday, "M.I.L.F. $" was designed to be an anthem for working mamas everywhere, and in the video, we follow a "milfman" with bulging eyes as he rolls through the '50s-style town of Milfville, delivering old-school glass bottles of "milf" to a bunch of Stepford-like yet smokin' hot wives.

But hold up. Because this ain't your mama's suburban 'hood. Here, MILF stands for Mothers I'd Like to Follow. And we quickly realize this place is filled with the type of independent women who put themselves out there on social media on the daily, in order to build their own brands and bring home the bacon—all while taking care of their families.

There's Chrissy Teigen, breastfeeding baby Luna on a park bench. Amber Valleta—who IRL now has a teenager!—suited up to run for Milfville mayor. And singer-songwriter Ciara—mom to two-year-old son Future Zahir—doing we're not sure what, but looking fierce doing it, in a seriously cropped football jersey (her fiance is Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson).

Oh yeah, and North and Saint West's mom Kim Kardashian is there, too—dousing herself in lactose and taking a bunch of sexy "Got Milf" selfies which are posted for later examination on the M.I.L.F. $'s drool-inducing Instagram page because duh.

Yes, there are lots of bare body parts on display here. But according to The Dutchess, the song is not about objectifying women, but about empowerment.

"Changing the acronym to Moms I'd Like To Follow is about empowering women who do it all," she explained in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. "They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course :)."

Of course.

Meanwhile, the critics have already come out in force to bash the video as trash, but I have to admit I found it entertaining. I think the message behind it—you can be a mom and still be sexy and independent and powerful—is a good one, and I'd be lying if I said I didn't kind of want to be friends with this bada*s Mom Squad.

Anyone know what a four-bedroom Colonial is going for in Milfville these days?

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Twitter at @holleewoodworld.

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