Pregnant Beyonce Will Still Perform at Michael Jackson Tribute Show

August 30, 2011 By:
Pregnant Beyonce Will Still Perform at Michael Jackson Tribute Show

Beyonce may be pregnant but that won’t stop her from honoring Michael Jackson at the King of Pop's tribute show. Did you see Beyonce high stepping and dancing full-out at the VMA's this weekend? She did that with a 3-month-along bun in the oven.

Queen B is a machine and nothing, not even something silly like a fetus, will keep her from performing.

When Beyonce performs at the Michael Jackson tribute show on October 8 she will be about 5+ months preggo. Concert organizers have confirmed that Beyonce will sing a Jackson 5 classic via satellite.

Whoa whoa whoa, back up, via satellite? She might as well be a singing hologram. Who pays good money to see a Michael Jackson tribute show and one of the show's biggest acts is beamed in to a TV screen? This just won’t do.

Well, the show must go on. If you can't be there in person, you keep your commitments and do it via satellite. I'd like there to be a hashtag #WWBD or #WhatWouldBeyonceDo.

Are you too pregnant to give a tribute to the king of pop? Think again #WWBD. Are you too tired and lazy to go to that guy from works going away party? #WWBD Does your roommate need a ride to the airport? #WWBD

Reps for the concert confirmed that Beyonce's "pregnancy will not affect her performance."

Beyonce announced her pregnancy on the red carpet at the VMA's where both she and her husband Jay-Z were performers. While Beyonce proudly displayed her baby bump, Jay Z was a doting husband all night according to a source. While pregnant Beyonce proves that she can still perform better than every pop star in the VMA audience combined, that didn't stop Jay from catering to his wife.

"Jay was doting on her the whole time," says a source, "He was really talking care of her, asking her how she feels and helping her walk. It was so sweet to see him like that."

Beyonce is also not canceling any other work on account of her baby bump. She was set to star in the Clint Eastwood-directed film, "A Star Is Born" and fortunately didn't have to drop out. Eastwood and the studio have agreed to keep Beyonce in the project, they'll just push the film back so Beyonce doesn't pop out a baby on Eastwood's set.