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Is Beyoncé’s Pregnancy Fake? See Her Baby Bump Fold!

Beyoncé has revealed the due date of her first child. But the burning question is: is she actually pregnant or is a surrogate carrying her baby? Her baby bump certainly behaved very strangely on Australian TV on Sunday night!

The doubts arose over whether Beyoncé is actually physically pregnant after she appeared on the Australian chat show Sunday Night over the weekend. Bending over, on camera, her baby bump appeared to fold in on itself!

Rumors are now flying around that the pop superstar has paid a surrogate to carry a baby for her and that she is wearing a prosthetic baby bump to either cover up for the fact that she is not pregnant, or to get a closer feel for the whole pregnancy thing.

The Countdown singer, who announced in August that she and husband Jay-Z are expecting their first child, revealed that the couple would welcome the baby in February 2012. She gushed about the fact that they are to become parents and how it has already changed their lives.

“I just feel like it’s time and I’m very grateful that God has blessed me with the biggest gift any human can have.”

But is it also a gift that another woman, a surrogate, is carrying for her? Take a look at the photo sequence of Beyoncé bump and you tell us: is that a strange way for a baby bump to behave? Sure, it could be her dress and the way it folded, but it looks weird, right?

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