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Putting on his "intrepid reporter hat," Piers Morgan delved into the “mother of all conspiracy theories”: did Beyoncé actually give birth, or, did the 16-time Grammy Award winner use a surrogate?
Just last month, Beyoncé and Jay-Z welcomed their first child, daughter Blue Ivy Carter. And earlier this week, the 30-year-old singer made her first public appearance since childbirth, attending her Hip-Hop husband's concert at Carnegie Hall. This, says Morgan, is what really energized the rumor mill: "She made one terrible mistake - she looked just too fabulous. So fabulous in fact, that a vast conspiracy theory has now been raging on the internet, that Beyonce faked her pregnancy."
Deeming Beyoncé's post-baby bump – or, lack thereof – a "massive scandal" that "must be investigated," Morgan dug deeper, only to realize how foolish he'd been: "You know what I said to myself? Don't be such a bloody idiot, Piers."
In the words of Morgan, Only in America: "While I'm at, Elvis is dead, man did land on the moon, and no, there are not a bunch of horned extraterrestrial aliens running around Area 51."