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Kelly Rowland sparks pregnancy rumors with baggy outfit

Kelly Rowland sparks pregnancy rumors with baggy outfit

KELLY ROWLAND: The singer raised eyebrows at the Rhythm on the River festival in Oklahoma on Saturday, when she donned a crop top and teamed it with high-waisted, baggy pants. Photo: Associated Press

Newlywed R&B star Kelly Rowland has sparked rumors she is pregnant with her first child after performing at a weekend concert in an uncharacteristically-baggy outfit.

The former Destiny’s Child singer is known for her slim figure and frequently shows off her abs in revealing stage costumes.

However, she raised eyebrows at the Rhythm on the River festival in Oklahoma on Saturday, when she donned a crop top and teamed it with high-waisted, baggy pants, prompting some fans to speculate that she is pregnant.

Rowland has yet to comment on the rumors, which emerge a month after marrying her manager Tim Witherspoon in a private ceremony in Costa Rica.

Fellow R&B beauty Ciara pulled a similar fashion stunt late last year as she tried to conceal her growing baby belly as she performed while pregnant. She gave birth to son Future Zahir Wilburn with her rapper fiance Future last month.

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