Watch Ciara (and Her Bump!) Bust a Move

03/27/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

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Ciara is well-known for her smooth dancing.

And just because she’s pregnant doesn’t mean she can’t still bust a move.

Almost a week after celebrating her L.A. baby shower, the mom-to-be proved just that by posting a series of adorable videos of her grooving to fiancé Future‘s music.

“This is what happens when a pregnant lady can’t keep still,” the singer wrote on Instagram.

Due any day, Ciara is obviously enjoying herself while expecting.

She loves to post silly photos and videos of herself, including these cute bumpies she shared last month.

And the expectant R&B songstress has family that doesn’t mind getting in on the fun — her dad appears alongside her.

If you’re doubting whether Ciara still has it, we added a clip of her amazing skills pre-baby.

Check it out below.

Shanelle Rein-Olowokere

FILED UNDER: Celeb Style , Ciara , News

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t on

too cute!

Jenny! on

I love this woman and her music! She is quite funny. That baby is going to have a wonderful mother :)

erica2 on

I could have done without that dance clip, but it is nice to see her enjoying her pregnancy especially in the third trimester when most women are huge, miserable, and don’t want to move around. You can definitely tell she is having a boy…Black women always get rings around their necks when carrying a boy…I have them too LOL my husband and I are expecting a boy in September :)

Jenjen82 on

They say never say never but having a baby with a man who has different women with kids.. It’s not happening with me. His character will be in question from the get go. If she is happy then that’s good.

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