New York Woman Recreates Beyonce’s MTV ‘Love On Top’ Performance To Announce Pregnancy


March 26, 2021

This is so cute!

A New York woman recreated Beyonce’s MTV “Love On Top” performance to announce her pregnancy, Essence reports. 

In 2011, Beyonce shocked the world, opening up her blazer to show off her baby bump after an MTV performance of her hit song “Love On Top.” The moment was extremely sweet and when expectant mother Chasity Monroe and her husband Brian were coming up with ways to reveal their pregnancy, they got the bright idea to recreate the moment in an announcement video. 


The couple got married in Curacao in November 2019, right before the pandemic hit. The newlyweds are now more than thrilled to share their news about their growing family. Chastity said she was fine with just having a photo shoot on the lawn but her husband Brian thought up the idea. “Love On Top,” was a song played at their wedding and it holds a special place in their hearts. Brian and Chasity’s sister Tiara got together, notifying the mom-to-be just a week in advance. The two pulled in a production team, dancers and a glam squad and two choreography rehearsals later, Chastity was ready for her close up. 

“Over the years, I’ve been blessed with opportunities to experience a very fulfilling and varied career path. This is going to be the most important and challenging role that I have taken on to date. I hope that you will support me as I journey into this next endeavor,” Chastity shares in the opening video credits. 

At the end of the electrifying performance, Chastity makes a heart symbol over her belly bump as Brian joins her on stage in a loving embrace just before the director yells cut.


Baby Monroe is due September 2021. Check out the heartwarming video below.


Congratulations to the happy couple!

Photo Courtesy of Chasity Monroe/YouTube/Essence

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