Beyonce accused of wearing a prosthetic baby bump at MTV VMAs

A 'top media insider' alleges that she was faking the size of her foetus

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Beyonce has been accused of wearing a prosthetic baby bump during her recent appearance at the MTV VMAs.

Mediatakeout.com has accused the star of 'faking' the size of her baby bump, quoting a 'top media insider'. The website writes:

Our insider claims that Beyonce IS IN FACT pregnant. But that she is NOT in her second trimester - she's only a little more than 8 WEEKS pregnant. Tells the insider, "She wanted the announcement to be dramatic, so she made sure she had a baby bump.


Beyonce revealed her pregnancy last month, during the MTV VMAs, by posing on the red carpet and cupping her baby bump.

Sales of Beyonce's fourth studio album '4' have risen sharply since it was made public that the singer is expecting her first child.

The singer chose her appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) to announce that she is pregnant, telling the crowd during her performance of 'Love On Top': "I want you to feel the love that's growing inside me."

At the close of the song, the former Destiny's Child star unbuttoned her jacket and rubbed her stomach, as her husband Jay-Z hugged his 'Watch The Throne' collaborator Kanye West in the audience.

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