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Music insiders are chattering about Beyoncé expecting her second child with husband Jay-Z. Multiple sources told us after the Met Gala last week that the singer, who is currently in the middle of a world tour, is pregnant. Bey wore a Givenchy gown with a high, belted waist that carefully camouflaged her midsection, but pictures have emerged on blogs of what looks like a baby bump from recent tour dates. Last week Beyoncé, who gave birth to daughter Blue Ivy in January 2012, gave an interview to ABC’s “GMA,” where she said, “I would like more children. I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely love being a big sister.” But she came short of saying when that would occur: “At some point, when it’s supposed to happen,” she told ABC’s Amy Robach. Beyoncé’s rep didn’t get back to us for comment. But we wouldn’t expect her to — the singer announced she was pregnant with Blue Ivy at the 2011 MTV Music Awards by revealing her bump on the red carpet.
As previously reported by NewsOne, Beyoncé kicked off her highly anticipated “Mrs. Carter Show Tour” in April at the Kombank Arena in Belgrade, Serbia.
“The Mrs. Carter Show’ is scheduled to stop in many more exotic European locales — Slovakia, Paris, London — before exploding stateside at the Los Angeles Staples Center on June 29, 2013.
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Mrs. Carter recently raised blood pressure when she rocked the stage in a glittery one-piece crafted to give the appearance that her bare breasts were exposed, and raised eyebrows when she went on a controversial trip to Cuba with her husband Jay-Z to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary.
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- ^President Says Wife Is Like Beyonce: ‘She Upgraded Me’ (newsone.com)
- ^click here. (www.beyonce.com)
- ^Life Sentences Shouldn’t Apply To Kids (www.theroot.com)
- ^Williams Wells Brown Becomes 1st African-American Published Playwright On This Day In 1858 (newsone.com)