Sparks continued to fly on Monday evening as Madison Beer made another appearance with TikTok star Nick Austin in Los Angeles.
The young singer was behind the wheel of her car as she prepared for a double date with Austin and two friends at celebrity restaurant of choice Nobu Malibu.
In accordance with current safety guidelines, Madison, 21, wore a protective face mask while driving to the coastal restaurant with her small group.
Here she comes: Madison Beer was behind the wheel of her car as she prepared for another appearance with rumoured boyfriend Nick Austin in Malibu on Monday evening
Meanwhile Nick, 20, appeared to be uncharacteristically shy during his latest appearance with the brunette.
Pulling into Nobu, the content creator kept his head low while occupying a back seat alongside his two pals.
Madison has spent a lot of time with rumored new boyfriend Nick over recent days, with the pair spotted out to lunch on various occasions.
Don’t mind me: Nick (far left) kept his head down as the pair drive to local restaurant Nobu for a double date with two friends
This is her first rumored relationship after splitting from club promoter Zack Bia – who is best friends with Kylie Jenner – last year.
Madison recently posted to Instagram that she had wrapped her International tour which occurred from the seventh to the tenth of September in the UK, Europe, Australia and Canada all via live stream.
The singer has been relishing in the success of her new singles Baby and Selfish from her upcoming album Life Support.
Greetings: Madison posed for two selfies that she later shared with Instagram followers on Monday evening
Close: Madison has spent a lot of time with rumored new boyfriend Nick over recent days, with the pair spotted out to lunch on various occasions
She recently spoke about her Borderline Personality Disorder diagnosis to magazine The Face and talked about how her mental struggles inspired her to make the album.
She said: ‘I was suicidal at one point. I was going through a really tough time, and I felt like making a break-up album amidst going through such real shit was dumbing myself down in a way that I didn’t want to do.
‘Once I was given a diagnosis…I was getting more in touch with my emotions and figuring out how to be stable. I was able to write better and understand myself better. So I could just write the story how I wanted it to be told.’