Brenda Song Ain't Pregnant Y'all

Brenda Song has been on the baby bump watch since August when it was reported that she was pregnant. It seemed strange that neither Song nor her fiancé, Trace Cyrus, confirmed the reports. It is unclear how the story even started, but the media ran with it. The only person who spoke out was Song's mother who said her daughter was not pregnant. Many ignored that report and still wondered if the 23-year-old Disney star could be expecting. Now, someone else close to the star is speaking out about the rumors.

"I'm not going to be a grandpa yet," says Billy Ray Cyrus, Song's future father in law.

So many people believed the rumor, including Billy Ray! He goes on to tell Country "I got real excited. I think I'd be a great grandpa. I look forward to it one day."

Along with not speaking out, Song would also sport loose fitting clothing, only adding fuel to the rumors. A more recent picture of her in a snug black dress led some to question the lack of a baby bump.

Even though he isn't going to be a grandfather yet, it is great to see that Billy Ray is excited about it! Altogether, Cyrus has six children, two (including Trace) whom he adopted when he married his wife, Tish.

And while they may not be having a baby, Trace Cyrus and Brenda Song have confirmed their engagement and will be beginning their life together. It is great to see this young couple going strong!

Now that Billy Ray Cyrus has spoke out about the Brenda Song pregnancy (or lack thereof), will people finally believe it?

Brenda Song keeps it casual as she lunches with a gal pal at Studio Cafe on Monday afternoon (November 28) in Studio City, Calif.

The 23-year-old actress recently chatted with EOnline about her solar-powered holiday season.

“Something that my dad does every Christmas, which I love, is all of our Christmas lights are solar powered,” Brenda shared. “During the day they soak up all the sun and at night they roll over to the solar power, which is really cool.”

And what is one of Brenda’s favorite traditions? “Every year, my dad and I—I’m 23 years old—and we still get in the car and drive around and look at Christmas lights…In our same neighborhood.”

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