5 Of The Most Ridiculous Celebrity Rumors Of 2011 (Photos)Joanna Mazewski
2011 has been one crazy year when it came to celebrity rumors. In fact, we’ve probably even seen the craziest rumors of the century this year.
While it’s rather common to speculate on possible celebrity baby bumps (even though most of the time they end up being nothing but a big lunch), this year we saw belly bumps appear, disappear and reappear all thanks to a few people. It seems like we were really eager to see a royal baby on its way, the Kardashians copyright the entire baby name list that began with the letter K and see a Friends alumni finally settle down with a baby friend.
Oh, and you might have also heard about that one pregnant star with the moveable and supposedly detachable pregnant belly. Yeah, that was such a non-story, right?
Kate Middleton 1 of 5Kate Middleton has been three months pregnant every month since her wedding in April. She's given birth to about eight food babies since then.
Mariah Yeater 2 of 5Oh Mariah Yeater, we've barely gotten to know you. You gave birth to that fantastic Bieber-Yeater baby rumor that we barely got to know. For all we know, you might have taken the lyrics to "Baby, Baby, Baby" a little too seriously.
Jennifer Aniston 3 of 5Jennifer Aniston engaged! Jennifer Aniston married! Jennifer Aniston pregnant! With twins! Does anybody miss Rachel Green as much as we do?
Khloe Kardashian 4 of 5According to sources, E! Producers suggested to Kourtney Kardashian that she give her second baby to sister Khloe since she hasn't been able to conceive her own child. FALSE! There's a good chance Khloe will get pregnant next year while in Dallas and name her baby daughter Jose.
Beyonce Fake Bump Rumors 5 of 5It goes up! It goes down! It drop, flops, and folds. She doesn't want to carry her own baby and instead has a surrogate handle all that pregnancy mess while she is carrying one of Ikea's finest kudde (that's pillow in Swedish) like it were her own fetus. Do I believe it? Maybe.
Photos via PRPhotos.com, Twitter, YouTube