Ashlee Simpson Makes Comeback After Four Year Hiatus

Ashlee Simpson Makes Comeback After Four Year Hiatus
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She hasn’t released a single since 2008, when she came out with Little Miss Obsessive. But Ashlee Simpson is back with a bang judging by the video clip for her hotly anticipated new single, Bat for a Heart from her fourth studio album.

The 28-year-old, who released a teaser of the video on Thursday, has ramped up the sex factor in the black and white clip.

The singer is seen writhing around on a couch, her lingerie on show through a sexy slip nightgown. The mother-of-one also wears a tattered black T-shirt in some scenes, her very lean legs on show.

Not only is the imagery provocative, but the chorus of the song is also littered with the F-Word.

Ashlee, who tweeted the teaser on Thursday, warned her fans of the expletive-riddled lyrics.

‘As promised, here’s a little tease of what’s to come!’ she wrote. ‘In this tease I do drop the F bomb, so you’ve been warned!’

Check out the preview below!

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