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BABY ON BOARD?: Reports claim that the singer is wearing a prosthetic baby bump

BEYONCE HAS been hit with a fresh set of rumours claiming that her baby bump is fake.

Various gossip sites posted pictures of the 30-year-old during a recent interview in Australia, which allegedly showed the singer's bump collapse when she sat down.

MediaTakeout wrote: "Last night, Beyonce was interviewed - and she EXPOSED her prosthetic bump. As the below photos show, when Bey went to sit down, her "stomach" folder over - into a position that is IMPOSSIBLE for a REAL pregnant belly to bend.

And then, when Bey realized that she may have inadvertently revealed that she was wearing a prosthetic - she had a "BUSTED" look on her face," they said.

QUESTIONS: Many have questioned the legitimacy of the singer's pregnancy after a recent interview showed her baby bump 'collapsing'

As the day went on, the internet was flushed with questions about the legitimacy of the singer's pregnancy.

Speculation has been rife that the Run The World star is using a surrogate mother to carry her first child with rapper and husband Jay Z.

And if claims about her pregnancy wasn't enough for the expectant mum to deal with, she has also been accused of plagiarising the work of choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker in her latest music video, Countdown.

Speaking to a Danish blog, De Keersmaeker said she was not asked permission by Beyonce's record label to use her dance routines.

"I didn't know anything about this. I'm not mad, but this is plagiarism," she said.

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