RIHANNA fans are convinced the singer is pregnant after spotting a ‘bump’ as she performed at her charity event last night.
A picture of the superstar singing onstage at her annual Diamond Ball went viral on Twitter, with excited fans all commenting that it looked like she had a baby bump.
Rihanna, who is currently dating billionaire Hassan Jameel, told reporters on the red carpet she was “very happy” before the event.
Her Saudi businessman boyfriend seemed to skip the red carpet and wasn’t pictured with the star, but they’ve been notoriously secretive about the relationship.
They have only been photographed together a handful of times and never made a public appearance together.
Fans shared their excitement on Twitter, with one saying: “Rihanna is pregnant you guys! I’m not ok!” and another commented: “can’t believe Rihanna is pregnant omg imagine having her as your mom……a blessing”.
But other fans argued she wasn’t having a baby as she took a sip of champagne mid-performance.
Another claimed: “no wonder rihanna stands with her hands covering her stomach. her own fans speculate if she’s pregnant or not every time we f***ing see her.”
Rihanna was hosting her annual charity event in New York, hosted by TV chat show host Seth Meyers and attended by celeb mates DJ Khaled, Pharrell Williams and Normani.
The ball raises funds for her charity, Clara Lionel Foundation, which supports children living in disaster areas and pays for education around the world.
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Rihanna recently sparked rumours she was planning an “engagement and a baby” after she liked an Instagram video of a chat show host predicting she wanted to settle down and have kids.
In 2014, the singer said she planned to start a family in five years – so if she is pregnant, it would be right on time.
“I will probably have a kid,” she said. “And I’m praying I can go on vacation for a good month. And I’ll have set some things up so I don’t have to tour for the rest of my life, even though I love touring. I want health and happiness in five years. I want to be healthy and happy.”
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