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Alicia Keys Shows Off Baby Bump At Beatles Event — Report

Published on February 12, 2014 by   ·   No Comments

alisiaCould Alicia Keys be expecting her second child? The R&B singer showed off what looked like it could be a baby bump while posing with Paul McCartney at The Beatles 50th Anniversary concert. Do you think Alicia is pregnant again?

Rumors began to fly when Alicia Keys, 33, opted to wear an oversized black tank top while attending The Beatles‘ 50th Anniversary concert where she performed an incredible rendition of “Let It Be” with John Legend. It was only the night before the event that Alicia rocked a form-fitting blue gown on the red carpet at The Grammy’s on Jan. 27 in Los Angeles, but reports have still surfaced that Alicia is with child. If Alicia is pregnant, it will be her second child with 35-year-old husband Swizz Beats — how exciting!

Is Alicia Keys Sporting A Baby Bump?

While there is no further proof to confirm Media Take Out‘s report, Alicia’s choice of wardrobe was the perfect cover up for her potential baby bump. The loose-fitting top hung perfectly over Alicia’s abdomen without any snug areas, which just might have been what she was going for. No matter what, Alicia looked gorgeous at the concert and gave a beautiful performance of The Beatles’ classic “Let It Be” with her newly married pal, John Legend.

Not The First Time Alicia Prepared For Baby #2

At this point, Alicia is no stranger to second pregnancy rumors and speculation. In May 2013 the singer faced rumors she was expecting a second child after sporting what looked to be the tiniest of baby bumps in her glamourous gown on the red carpet at the 2013 Met Ball in New York City.

Alicia is already the proud mommy of her first child, a 3-year-old son named Egypt Daoud Dean who was born in October 2010.  The R&B singer welcomed Egypt into the world just three months after taking a walk down the aisle to marry her husband Swizz Beats in July 2010.Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!

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