Dressed in plunging suit jackets and bottom bearing leotards, the star doesn’t really show a baby bump.
Just days after releasing the clip for Countdown, which brought her accusations of plagiarism, Beyoncé quickly shows up with “Love On Top.”
With this clip, the r’n’b diva has opted for simplicity with the cameras fixed on her and her dancers.
Marked by an energetic dance routine filmed in the studio and five revealing ensemble changes, “Love On Top” is the fifth video from Beyonce’s album “4″, after Run The World (Girls), Best Thing I Never Had, 1 +1 and Countdown.
While her first pregnancy curves were visible in Countdown, they go unnoticed in this new clip, allowing her to swing without restraint.
This may suggest that the mom-to-be chained shootings for her videos before her baby bump became too visible.
The song is already popular given Beyonce’s performance at the Video Music Awards in August, when she officially announced her pregnancy.
Beyoncé, who is expecting her first child in February, was recently at the centre of rumors claiming the 30-year-old had displayed a fake pregnancy.
The allegations were sparked by images that appeared during a televised interview on Australian TV when her baby bump appeared to become squished as she sat down.