Way back near the end of summer 2011, Beyoncé's VMA belly rub became the baby bump heard around the world. Sure, people saw it coming, but man, what a way to make it known. Now, a little over two years later, Ciara does the same thing.
Though The View is no MTV VMA stage, having Barbara Walters personally force ask you to confirm a rumor is no small feat. And, when Ms. Walters asks, one must answer. Thankfully, Ciara was prepared, nodded, giggled a little, and pulled a Bey. She stood right up, unbuttoned her vest-coat, and rubbed her tummy. The audience fell into an Oprah's Favorite Things-like frenzy, Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd screamed, Babs nodded, and Whoopi, stoic Whoopi, reclined in silence. Somewhere, Ciara's fiancé, Future, is likely making an auto-tuned opus to his future (pun maybe intended) family. (tooFab)
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