12:33 pm - 10/10/2011

Beyoncé’s prosthetic baby bump folds and collapses on tv!!!

Tweets are talking about Beyoncé’s prosthetic baby bump on last night’s Sunday Night HD. At first we couldn’t believe that she would actually wear her prosthetic on a show with HD — high definition — in the show’s title. But you know what they say about narcissists who think they are smarter than everyone else around them.
So there was Bey sitting down on the set — and there was her prosthetic baby bump, folding, crumpling and collapsing in full, vibrant high definition!
Luckily, the prosthetic is that memory foam type that bounced right back into shape. Rumor has it that Beyoncé is wearing a fake prosthetic while her unknown surrogate carries her baby to term.

tire_fire 11th-Oct-2011 07:30 am (UTC)
Girl, I can jut out my stomach and replicate this picture. I don't even need a big meal to do it. Also, where is her linea negra? Maybe it's just me I thought all women of color got this.
uglybunnie 11th-Oct-2011 07:34 pm (UTC)
I didn't get my linea until two weeks before my last trimester.
ambeaux 11th-Oct-2011 08:00 pm (UTC)
Yeah, if her recent interview (saying she's due in February) is accurate she'd be halfway and for someone as fit as she is I think she'd be showing quite a bit.

Hey, I like Beyonce but I didn't buy that she was pregnant at first just because her boobs haven't suddenly gotten huge.

What an odd thing to fake, imo.
lizziey 13th-Oct-2011 03:07 am (UTC)
I was a 00 when I got pregnant with my oldest, and didn't start looking "pregnant" until about 7 months along. Before then I just looked like I got kinda bloated with my period or a food baby. NOBODY believed I was legit pregnant unless the felt the baby move themselves. Every damned time I went to the OB, the receptionist would ask me if I was there for a PG test. And I was there weekly from the beginning (high risk). After 6 months of this shit I was like 'FOR FUCKING REAL ALREADY?'.

TL:DR; no matter how "fit" or "skinny" you may have been, baby can hide for a long long time.
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