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Beyonce To Reveal Pregnancy At Super Bowl Say Reports

Beyonce Pregnancy Super Bowl

As Beyonce, 34, goes through rehearsals for one of the most watched TV segments in the U.S. on February 8 (Australia time), speculation is growing that she and Jay Z, 46, are expecting their second child.

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“Beyonce has been telling cameras where to shoot her specifically, she has been very careful moving around on stage and she has been snacking throughout rehearsals more than expected,” an insider reveals to

“She hasn’t told anyone whether she is pregnant or not but she also hasn’t denied it or debunked it to crew.” earlier reported that Beyonce had beefed up her security team in recent weeks, giving every indication that she was expecting again.

“It really is quite an intimidating sight to see, something is going on with her for sure.”

While Beyonce and Jay Z are yet to make any official announcements, a series of other recent public appearances are fuelling the pregnancy rumours.

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Reports say that Beyonce appeared to be sporting a bump and covering up more than usual each time she stepped out.

That evidence, and more, points to Beyonce using the Super Bowl performance to make the big reveal, speculate others.

After all, Beyonce announced news of her first pregnancy with Blue Ivy during MTV’s Video Music Awards show in 2011 after performing her hit single Love On Top.

Meanwhile, Lady Gaga is confirmed to sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 50, adding to the star-studded line-up of entertainment.

Coldplay joins Beyonce as the halftime headliners, with Bruno Mars, Adele, Rihanna and Taylor Swift also tipped to make appearances.

Kick-off is expected on Monday, February 8 (AEDT) at 10.30am, with an estimated finish around 2pm. The game, and entertainment, can be viewed on ESPN or 7Mate.


Written by TheCarousel

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