CIARA SHOWS OFF BABY BUMP AT THE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS

By on November 21, 2016
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Ciara looked nothing short of amazing when she hit the American Music Awards red carpet Sunday night. The songstress — who is expecting a child with her Seattle Seahawks quarterback hubby, Russell Wilson — opted for a black turtleneck with a ruffled hi-lo skirt that showcased her burgeoning belly. While this wasn’t the first event she’s attended since announcing her pregnancy, it was the first event where her bump was showing.

“I’m feeling great!” she chirped while speaking with E! on the red carpet. “I’m feeling awesome, actually. I’m finally getting to a place where I feel almost normal.” She then revealed that the first few months of pregnancy hadn’t been the easiest.

“It was a bit of ‘I don’t want to throw up’ but ‘I don’t feel regular. I’m in-between,’” she explained. “That’s kind of worse. It’s like you’d rather just throw up and get it out. Get it done. But I’m feeling good and excited. I’m happy to be here tonight.”

One of the best remedies to fight back against her maybe-morning sickness? Work, work, and more work.

“You got to push through it and be strong. I think when I’m working I don’t feel anything at all,” the 31-year-old revealed. “I was just dancing in New York for a Christmas special with Dave Meyers and I didn’t feel anything, and I was like, ‘There’s a baby in my stomach!’” she laughed. “But when I’m working my adrenaline keeps me going and I feel good and everything is easy, but then when I get home and sit down and I eat good meal, right after it’s like ‘eh.’” She smiled and added, “And if I burp, it’s like, ‘eh.’” (To be clear, “eh” was not a happy sound.) “I’m going through all these different things right now,” she said.

When asked if she would be OK with her son Future (whom she shares with her ex, also named Future) going into the music biz, she responded, “I’ll have to be OK with that. If that’s his dream, I’ll support him, but this is a tough industry. It’s my dream that he does something else.” Still, she admitted her 2-year-old “has good pitch right now! It’s crazy! He loves singing!”
As a final thought, she added, “My baby will be tough and ready for anything.”