Beyonce made her first post-baby appearance at last night’s Jay-Z concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Rocking a curve-hugging jersey dress by Alice Temperly and some sparkly Christian Louboutin heels, the singer gave homage to lil’ Blue Ivy (who I guess was at home) by sporting blue nail polish and a blue cocktail ring.

Back when Blue Ivy-mania was sweeping the nation, we wondered why people were so interested in the intimate details of Beyonce’s delivery. So it’s no surprise that these new photos (which were posted on the diva’s own website), have re-ignited the surrogacy rumors and all of the other suspicion talk that surrounded this year’s most talked about baby story. I’m sure Beyonce’s feet still hurt from wearing those shoes all night and people are already asking “how does she look so great one month after having a baby?”

It’s funny how folks get confused when women bounce back from childbirth more quickly than people think  they’re “supposed to” and even funnier that there is a “supposed to.” Underneath it all is the question “why didn’t my body do that after I had my baby?” Is there some Mama Tina or Illuminati witchcraft going on? Special celebrity treatments? A girdle with the strength of Fort Knox?

Probably not, guys. Homegirl’s probably just got it like that. She’s Beyonce remember? What did you expect?

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  • Shay

    I think its funny that when Mel B was photo out in her cat suit soon after giving birth to Angel and the new baby Madison none of that shade was thrown. Everyone gave her props for dropping the baby weight. As when Mariah and J.LO gave birth. But when its beyonce its a problem. PLEASE LET IT GO. Bey still huge as ever only thing is her waist looks small (probably thanks to a good spanx). She was pregnant and she gave birth. Stop you sound sad when try to rain on her blessing.!

    • Janet

      You forgot to mention Victoria Beckham, Heidi Klum and those other supermodels back on the runway few weeks after birth. Her weight loss looks realistic. She’s not thin and her curves are sexy.

  • Joan

    Whether a woman has just given birth or not, certain dresses (like that one) aren’t the most flattering. I think she looks great, but the dress is not doing her justice.

  • ???

    So my question is if she was stick skinny, would she not look good? I mean damn, it’s getting to a point where if you’re not “thick” (whateva the hell that embodies today) you’re not a real black woman. While no one hear has said that, saying things like she seemed unnatural or you liked her better this way on implies that a [particular woman in the black community can look good. SMH….and some are still looking for mainstream validation, why?

  • gottalaugh

    She looks fabulous. Point. Blank.

    Haters, crawl back to your dungeons