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Is Beyonce Using a Surrogate? These 14 Celebs Did! But They All Admitted It (Photos)

Is Beyonce's Baby Bump Real?

The rumor mill is abuzz this week. After an interview that Beyonce Knowles did on an Australian TV, questions arouse on whether Beyonce really was pregnant or not. Her belly bump seemed to mysteriously deflate while she was sitting down, a very odd image for sure.

But if she isn’t pregnant and is actually using a surrogate, why put up the charade that she is carrying a child right now? Is it a misguided vision to have her public persona go through a pregnancy? Or maybe it was just an off fitting dress or some kind of odd lighting or camera angle?

Here are fourteen celebrities who used a surrogate, but were open and honest about it.

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  • Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban 1 of 14
    Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
    In an interview Nicole Kidman stated, "we were in a place of desperately wanting another child and this opportunity arose for us. And I couldn't get pregnant, and we wanted another baby," Kidman said, tearing up. "Anyone that's been in the place of wanting another child, or wanting a child, knows the disappointment, the pain and the loss that you go through trying and struggling with fertility."
  • David Furnish and Elton John 2 of 14
    David Furnish and Elton John
    Elton John and husband David used a surrogate for carrying their son.
  • Kelsey Grammer and Camille Grammer 3 of 14
    Kelsey Grammer and Camille Grammer
    Camille Grammer and Kelsey Grammer used a surrogate, supposedly because of Camille's "irritable bowel syndrome" and the consequences of getting pregnant.
  • Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick 4 of 14
    Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
    It has been rumored that Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick struggled fertility issues after their son James Wilke was born. They used a surrogate for their twin girls.
  • Elizabeth Banks 5 of 14
    Elizabeth Banks
    The actress wrote on her blog, "After years of trying to get pregnant, exploring the range of fertility treatments, all unsuccessful, our journey led us to gestational surrogacy: we make a 'baby cake' and bake it in another woman's 'oven."
  • Dennis Quaid and wife Kimberly Quaid 6 of 14
    Dennis Quaid and wife Kimberly Quaid
    Their twins were born using a gestational carrier ( conceived by the parents' own egg and sperm).
  • Angela Bassett 7 of 14
    Angela Bassett
    After seven years of trying to get pregnant, Angela Bassett went to a surrogate.
  • Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka 8 of 14
    Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
    Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka welcomed fraternal twins boys Gideon Scott and girl Harper Grace via a surrogate.
  • Katey Sagal 9 of 14
    Katey Sagal
    To add to her family at the age of 53, Katey Segal found a surrogate to welcome a third child to her family.
  • Ricky Martin 10 of 14
    Ricky Martin
    His twins Valentino and Matteo - born in 2008 - were born with assistance from a gestational surrogate mother, the eggs were donated from an undisclosed source.
  • Deidre Hall 11 of 14
    Deidre Hall
    The Days of Our Lives actress used a surrogate after a long time trying to conceive.
  • Joan Lunden 12 of 14
    Joan Lunden
    Joan Lunden had two sets of twins born via the same surrogate. She told People that, "You usually only hear about surrogacy when there's a horror story [over custody]. Word needs to get out that it is a viable option if done safely and correctly with a good agency so everyone is protected."
  • Judah Miller and Marissa Jaret Winokur 13 of 14
    Judah Miller and Marissa Jaret Winokur
    After surviving cervical cancer, Hairspray star Marissa Jaret Winokur used a surrogate for her son Zev.
  • Michael Jackson 14 of 14
    Michael Jackson
    Debbie Rowe is probably the most famous surrogate ever, giving birth to two of Michael Jackson's children - Prince and Paris.
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