Pregnant Rihanna stuns in a see-through post-Oscars outfit

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Rihanna attended an Oscars after-party with her favorite plus one in tow.

The singer and business mogul took to her Instagram on Wednesday to share pictures of herself and her "date" for the Oscars Gold Party, which was hosted by Beyoncé and Jay-Z. Turns out, it was none other than her baby bump.

She added the hashtag #bump22 alongside the slideshow of her all-black look featuring a see-through top paired with a bandeau, a sequin skirt and matching sequin gloves. Like many of the outfits the 34-year-old has been wearing since announcing her pregnancy in late January, her belly is on full display. And naturally, people loved the look.

"Dats my sissss bumping around and looking damnnn good doing it!!" one person commented.

Another wrote, "You never miss."

A fellow mom added, "The best date for the rest of your life! Nothing comes close."

The look is one of many that Rihanna has posted throughout her pregnancy, as she continues to challenge the standards of maternity fashion. "When I saw women dress during their pregnancy [in the past], I'd think that that was the only way," she previously told Bustle. "So I challenged myself to push it further and really just have fun with [maternity style]. Because there's nothing more fun than a challenge for me. Like, that's where I get creative. That's where I'm forced to come up with new ideas and new ways to make it work."

It's even similar to another sheer black outfit that she wore at Paris Fashion Week.

Rihanna at the Dior show during Paris Fashion Week. (Photo: Getty Images)
Rihanna at the Dior show during Paris Fashion Week. (Photo: Getty Images)

Still, Rihanna wasn't the only one to show up to Chateau Marmont on Sunday evening in a revealing outfit, as the party's hostess also wore a sheer dress with sparkle detailing.

"It's your WORLD and the rest of us just live in it," one person wrote in response to Beyoncé's look.

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