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Fergie Is An Ethereal Goddess In The "Love Is Pain" Video: Watch

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Showered in glitter.

Fergie is rolling out the Double Dutchess visual experience onto YouTube.

Her latest is the clip for "Love Is Pain," which finds the singer up close and personal as she sings about heartbreak.

Fergie Battles Her Demons In Powerful Video For “A Little Work”

In the Nina McNeely-directed video, there's a ghoulish interpretive dance, a woman getting pummeled with a downpour of chocolate ice cream and other bizarre imagery that looks pretty, but doesn't make a lot of sense. Fortunately, it doesn't have to.

Watch below:

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I don‘t really get it, is she pulling a Beyoncé and release for every single album track a video? :xcuseme:

No hate just curious, cause it‘s the best thing she can do to get sales considering the album dropped weeks ago. 

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Yes because of her back catalogue and she won't take nearly that long of a break. Fergie had 4 smash hits I believe and everyone loved her then we got nothing for over a decade. From everything I heard about her new record, she kept a sound that would've fit back then and that doesn't work now. Britney has a legacy and yes she coasts off of it. It will be interesting to see how the pop landscape continues to change. What will any of the older pop stars do once streaming takes over completely and iTunes doesn't exist? 

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