Fergie slips into cleavage-baring mini dress in new Viva perfume ads

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Fergie slips into cleavage-baring mini dress in new Viva perfume ads

Fergie has never looked sexier.The Black Eyed Peas singer doesn’t leave much to the imagination in new ads for her latest perfume Viva, in which she shows off her amazing cleavage.

Fergie – whose full name is Stacy Ann Ferguson – is seen striking a sultry pose at the foot of a curving staircase wearing a clingy black leather and lace mini dress that shows off her shapely legs and ample bosom.She also wears a white blazer that’s blown open by an invisible breeze no doubt heaven ‘scent’ by the seductive perfume she’s wearing.Her long blonde hair is blowing behind her and she’s holding onto one strand while giving one of her best glamorous looks.

A line of young handsome men in black suits and tie stroll past checking her out.’Viva is a fresh and unexpected fragrance that brings out the duality of a woman. Powerful, yet seductive, and living life by her own rules,’ Fergie has said about her newest scent from cosmetics company Avon.This is Fergie’s third perfume, which was released this spring and hints of mint, lavender, spices and flowers.

Fergie’s first perfume for Avon, Outspoken, sold in record numbers in 2010 and was followed up by Outspoken Intense the next year.’It’s about that intense feeling I get before going on stage. That moment of adrenaline and being fearless,’ Fergie said in describing the concept for Outspoken Intense.Fergie, who is wed to Life As We Know It actor Josh Duhamel, has admitted her relationship required some courage during its first year after her husband was accused of having an affair with an Atlanta stripper.

While Duhamel publicly denied the accusation, Fergie addressed the issue during a recent appearance on Oprah’s Next Chapter.’When you go through difficult times, it really makes you stronger as a unit, as a partnership. It does for us, anyways. Our love today is a deeper love, definitely,’ Fergie stated.’We’re stronger today definitely because of anything difficult that’s happened with us. We deal with it, we communicate; communicating’s the most important thing.’ – Dailymail