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Morning Shots: Beyonce's Record Sales Get A Baby Bump

Beyonce arrives at the Video Music Awards on Sunday night, where she made her pregnancy public. i

Beyonce arrives at the Video Music Awards on Sunday night, where she made her pregnancy public. Jason Merritt/Getty Images hide caption

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Beyonce arrives at the Video Music Awards on Sunday night, where she made her pregnancy public.

Beyonce arrives at the Video Music Awards on Sunday night, where she made her pregnancy public.

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