Keke Palmer revealed she was pregnant with her first child while hosting Saturday Night Live.
Celebrities have used everything from award shows to YouTube videos to announce pregnancies.
Here are the times celebrities broke the internet with their pregnancy announcements.
"Nope" actress Keke Palmer announced she was expecting her first child during her SNL hosting gig.
Palmer surprised Saturday's SNL audience with the news that she's expecting her first child. During her opening monologue, Palmer addressed rumors that she was expecting.
"People have been in my comments saying 'Keke's having a baby, Keke's pregnant,'" she said. "And I want to set the record straight—I am!"
Variety reported it is with boyfriend Darius Daulton.
In January 2022, Rihanna and A$AP Rocky announced they were expecting a baby together with a Harlem, NY photo shoot.
Photographed by celebrity street photographer Miles "Diggzy" Diggs, the couple shared a cozy winter shoot. Rihanna wore a pink Chanel coat that was strategically unbuttoned to show off her baby bump in the photos.
The couple welcomed their baby boy in May 2022.
In September 2021, actress Olivia Munn and comedian John Mulaney announced they were having a child after a whirlwind start to their relationship.
Mulaney and Munn first met in 2013, Insider reports. When Mulaney moved back to Los Angeles after attending rehab for cocaine and alcohol addiction, Mulaney and Munn reconnected in May 2021.
The two instantly sparked dating rumors that resulted in Munn receiving public criticism for her alleged role in Mulaney's 2021 divorce from ex-wife Anna Marie Tendler.
Supermodel Gigi Hadid confirmed that she was pregnant in April 2020 with ex-boyfriend Zayn Malik's baby.
"Obviously we wished we could have announced it on our own terms, but we're very excited and happy and grateful for everyone's well wishes," Hadid said while appearing on the late-night show.
The couple began dating in late 2015, Insider reported, and welcomed a baby girl in September 2020. Malik and Hadid split in 2021 after sources claimed Malik struck Hadid's mother Yolanda, according to People.
In February 2018, Kylie Jenner broke the internet when she revealed she and Travis Scott were expecting a baby.
In an intimate collection of videos, Jenner shared her secret pregnancy journey on YouTube to announce the exciting news. The video has over 106 million views, as of Sunday.
In October 2017, rumors floated around that the youngest Jenner sister was pregnant, though nothing had been confirmed.
Scott and Jenner welcomed Stormi Webster in February 2018, before Jenner shared the news publicly. In February 2022, Scott and Jenner welcomed their second child together, a baby boy.
Meghan Markle announced she was expecting with husband Prince Harry in October 2018 via Twitter.
After landing in Australia ahead of their first royal tour together, the Kensington Palace Twitter account announced that Meghan and Prince Harry were expecting a baby. The terse tweet revealed that the baby would arrive in "the Spring of 2010." Archie, their son, was born on May 6, 2019.
"I Like It" rapper Cardi B announced her first pregnancy while performing on Saturday Night Live in April 2018.
The rapper revealed she and her now-husband Offset were expecting during a performance on SNL. "I'm finally free!" Cardi B exclaimed after her performance was over.
While singing her song "Be Careful," the camera slowly zoomed out to show Cardi B's pregnant stomach. Though the rapper had been denying rumors that she was pregnant for months, she took the opportunity to confirm those rumors on stage.
Cardi B and Offset share two children and three step-children together.
Actress and mother-of-four Blake Lively announced her first pregnancy on her now-retired lifestyle website Preserve in October 2014.
According to Hello Magazine, Lively announced she and her husband Ryan Reynolds were expecting their first child on her lifestyle blog Preserve. In 2015, Lively decided to shut down the lifestyle website and brand, according to Vanity Fair.
Lively and Reynolds now have three children together, with a fourth one on the way.
In her infamous 2011 MTV Video Music Awards performance, Beyonce revealed that she was pregnant with her first child.
While performing her hit song, "Love On Top," Beyonce unbuttoned her suit jacket to reveal that she was pregnant with husband Jay-Z's child. Their first-born daughter Blue Ivy Carter, was born on January 7, 2012.
In February 2017, Beyonce announced their second pregnancy on Instagram. Later that year, Beyonce and Jay-Z welcomed twins Rumi and Sir Carter.
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