Rihanna shows off baby bump in beautiful black dress at the Oscars
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Rihanna was absolutely glowing on Sunday night's Oscars red carpet, showing off her beautiful baby bump.
The songstress revealed just last month that she's expecting her second baby, and she's once again giving maternity clothes a whole new look.
When fans caught their first glimpse of Rihanna at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles tonight, they were a little confused.
That's because all she was wearing was a pair of black Vans, an oversized Eagles t-shirt, and a bucket hat.
Thankfully, she later appeared on the red carpet looking as stylish as ever in a dark brown Alaïa piece.
While the top consisted of a leather bra, and a sheer mesh bodysuit underneath, it was matched with a stunning long maxi skirt with cut-outs down the side and a show-stopping train.
Ri-Ri's growing baby bump popped out between the bra and matching skirt, making it impossible not to notice.
At tonight's Oscars, Rihanna is nominated for her song 'Lift Me Up' from the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
The song, which marked Rihanna's return to music for the first time in six years since her 2016 album Anti, will be performed at tonight's ceremony.
Other nominees for Best Original song include 'Hold My Hand' from Top Gun: Maverick, 'This Is a Life' from Everything Everywhere All at Once, 'Naatu Naatu' from RRR, and 'Applause' from Tell It like a Woman.
Rihanna first confirmed that she was pregnant last month during her iconic Super Bowl Halftime Show.
The singer blew everyone away with her incredible performance, which went for 13 minutes and covered more than a decade and a half of her music.
But the biggest moment of the performance was Rihanna's unexpected pregnancy reveal.
This new baby will be Rihanna and A$AP Rocky's second child, after the couple welcomed their first back in May 2022.
Speaking to Vogue for the fashion magazine's latest issue, Rihanna gushed about her firstborn, describing the birth as 'beautiful'.
"I cannot believe it," she raved.
"Essentially, from one person I became two.
"You walk into the hospital as a couple and leave as a family of three. It’s nuts."
She continued: "And oh, my gosh, those first days are insane. You don’t sleep. At all. "Not even if you wanted to. We came home, cold turkey, had no one.
"It was just us as parents and our baby. Man, you’re a zombie for the most part."