Fergie Drops New Visual For “Tension” Starring Joanne The Scammer

Just when we thought Fergie was finished dropping videos of her Double Dutchess Visual Experience, we get a surprise new visual for “Tension”. As far as we can gather, the previous visual, which we wrote about, has been taken down, with this new one now replacing it.

The former video has been taken down due to censorship – there were some visuals of nudity, to an extent. However, that isn’t the story that Joanne The Scammer is stating. Instead, she claims that she hacked Fergie’s YouTube account and uploaded the video herself.

Fans have been torn between which version they prefer, although many have stated that the first version is their favourite. Both videos were directed by Fatima Robinson. This new one focuses on two skaters, who manage to knock out incredible dance sequences on their skateboards; making us all jealous – we want to be able to do that!

It’s just as polished as the first video and addictively engaging. It still manages to hold on to the original fun concept that was displayed in the previous video. “Tension” is still a banger of a song and this visual keeps to that theme.

Watch Fergie’s New Music Video For “Tension” Here:

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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