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'Now do you believe me?' Beyoncé silences phantom pregnancy rumours with a much fuller figure

By J J Anisiobi

Tell tale signs: Beyoncé looked fuller figured on Friday in New York putting to bed rumours of a phantom pregnancy

Critics have claimed she isn't pregnant at all but new photo's of Beyoncé show a different side of the story.

The Party singer, who is crazy in love with husband Jay-Z, was definitely looking fuller figured when she stepped out in New York on Friday afternoon.

Wearing a large grey and snow-white fur gilet, Beyoncé looked to have gained some healthy weight on her face as she turned and smiled at the camera.

As the former Destiny's Child star left her office in Manhattan, she had covered her baby bump with a flowing brown top and a brown and black striped scarf.

Her famous curvy hips and thighs also appeared to be bigger as she wore flat shoes with black and white leggings.

The 30-year-old was today also revealed as the highest earning entertainer in the world who charges per minute for appearing on stage.

Getting curvier: B looked like a yummy-mummy in her gilet and leggings reported that B got paid £71,040 per minute for a New Years Eve party in 2010 after performing a five-song set.

Earlier in the week Beyoncé's pregnancy was questioned after an appearance on the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

Viewers had to do a double-take as the presenter introduced the singer as she wore a short black dress and certainly didn't look six months pregnant.

Bump-less: Beyoncé performed on the Late Show With Jimmy Fallon last night but her pregnancy bump was nowhere in sight

But fans can relax as the 30-year-old singer hasn't been living a lie - she just pre-recorded the performance back in the summer.

But what baffled audiences more was the fact that Fallon made out that the U.S. star was actually there in the studio.

As he clutched a copy of the singer's latest album, he looked into the camera and said: 'Tonight she's here to perform the song Countdown from her latest album, Four. Please welcome Beyoncé.'

In the past: The U.S. singer pre-recorded her performance of her new single Countdown back in July but it was only shown last night

The audience surrounded him then erupted into cheers and began to applaud someone who wasn't even there.

The video then cut to a totally different audience - the lucky ones who did actually get to watch the Destiny's Child beauty perform.

It is unknown why Beyoncé chose to pre-record the performance so far in advance - perhaps it was because she didn't want to be on the show this far into her pregnancy.

But it certainly started the rumour mill going again as the public took to Twitter feeling slightly confused and calling it The Case Of The Disappearing Bump.

Rather confusing: Viewers took to their Twitter accounts to discuss the odd performance



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