Thursday, February 11, 2016

STOP EVERYTHING: Beyoncé is pregnant again or something

Beyoncé-wife of Jay-Z, mother of Blue Ivy, Super Bowl halftime performer, and everybody's favorite Pepsi spokesperson-is reportedly pregnant again.

STOP EVERYTHING: Beyoncé is pregnant again or something

Beyonce will perform at this year´s Made In America festival.
Beyonce will perform at this year's Made In America festival.

Everybody should brace themselves because the Internet is probably about to break. Beyoncé—singer, actress, wife of Jay-Z, mother of Blue Ivy, Super Bowl halftime performer, and everybody's favorite Pepsi spokesperson—is reportedly pregnant again.

Take it away, E!:

That's right: Superstar supermom Beyoncé is expecting her second child with hubby Jay-Z, multiple sources exclusively confirm to E! News.

The news follows rampant speculation that the "Countdown" songbird was pregnant, even as the couple remained tight-lipped about their ever-growing family.

The report confirms the rampant speculation that Queen Bey was again with child that followed her cancellation of a recent performance in Belgium. Quick, everyone start your Beyoncé Baby #2 birthday and naming pools.

UPDATE: Now there's a rumor that Jay-Z is denying the pregnancy news. Also, a photo popped up on Queen Bey's Instagram account over the weekend that read:

"I can't stop the rumors from starting, and I can't really change peoples minds who believe them, all I can do is sit back and laugh at these low life people who have nothing better to do than talk about me."

Beyoncé's rep has not indicated whether or not the singer actually sent that message. So, hang tight? [HuffPost]

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