Madison Beer covers up her curves in a sweatshirt and baggy jeans… amid news she is putting the mic down to take up acting and directing
Madison Beer looked sporty and casual in West Hollywood on Monday as she was spotted in the neighborhood’s Croft Alley.
The Reckless singer, 23, – who wore a sexy black minidress to the Spotify new artist party last week – wore light-washed baggy jeans with a navy blue sweatshirt.
She paired the comfy look with a pair of brown Ugg style boots and a brown handbag and accessorized with a long necklace and sunglasses.
The pal of Justin Bieber carried a green bottle in one hand and her car keys in the other hand.
The Villain singer announced that she was transitioning her career from singing into acting and directing.
Darling in denim: Singer Madison Beer dressed casually in Los Angeles after announcing she is transitioning her career into acting and directing.
Madison started her career in 2012 posting covers of songs on YouTube. She got her first breakthrough when Justin Bieber posted a link to one of her videos.
She released her debut single, Melodies, in 2013. and her debut EP, As She Pleases, in 2018. Her debut studio album, Life Support, was released in 2020.
And now she’s onto new ventures after attending the Spotify Best New Artist Event held at West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center last week.
She hit the red carpet in a strapless black minidress that showed off her legs. She wore strappy black heels.
The singer wore her black hair down and parted in the middle. She finished her glam look off with silver hoop earrings.
The All Day and All Night singer hit the red carpet with fellow songbirds Sabrina Carpenter and Anitta.
Two days later, Madison was spotted leaving a Los Angeles hair salon in off white sweats and brown Ugg boots.
She accessorized with silver hoop earrings and a brown handbag.
Early start: Madison started her career in 2012 posting covers of songs on YouTube. She got her first breakthrough when Justin Bieber posted a link to one of her videos
A stunner: Beer at the Spotify Best New Artist Event held at Pacific Design Center on February 2, 2023 in West Hollywood
In August, Madison talked about her relationship with fame and social media during an interview with BBC’s Radio 1 Newsbeat.
‘Over the years my relationship with it has changed a lot. I just try to prioritize real life, my relationships and who I am in real life,’ the singer explained how social media has affected her life.
‘I use it, and I’m active on it, but I try not to let it dictate my life anymore,’ Madison continued, adding, ‘I just put a lot more of my focus into my music, who I am and what I stand for.’
The look: She wore a blue sweatshirt and baggy jeans with slippers as she carried sparkling water and a purse