She is preparing for the release of her debut album, Life Support, later this year.
And Madison Beer made sure all the attention was on her on Friday evening as she headed to Catch restaurant with a friend in full Halloween garb.
The singer, 21, put on a leggy display and showcased her washboard stomach in a vibrant nurse Halloween outfit as she sauntered through West Hollywood.
Costume: She will release her debut album Life Support later this year and Madison Beer made sure all the attention was on her on Friday as she headed to Catch restaurant with a friend
Madison’s fuchsia co-ord featured a bralette and bolero, decorated with a caduceus symbol at the bust and a hospital badge.
It complemented her tiny mini skirt and semi-sheer stockings, while she nailed the nurse look in a pair of comfortable plimsolls.
Madison completed the look with a cream shoulder bag, and a baby pink face mask, to ensure she was obeying the rules surrounding COVID-19.
She tucked her voluminous chocolate tresses behind a white headband and sported a soft make-up look, to allow her incredible ensemble to do all the talking.
Pretty in pink: The singer, 21, displayed her slender pins and washboard stomach in a vibrant trauma nurse Halloween outfit as she sauntered through West Hollywood
Her friend took her matching ensemble a step further, as she sported a stethoscope draped around her shoulders.
Madison has sparked dating rumours in recent weeks as she has been seen out with TikTok star Nick Austin.
She and Nick, 20, were first linked in August after they were spotted having dinner together and packed on the PDA.
Madison initially rose to fame in 2012 when Justin Bieber shared a song she covered on YouTube when she was just 13.
Revealing! Her fuchsia co-ord costume featured a bralette and a bolero decorated with a caduceus symbol and a hospital badge which complimented her tiny mini skirt
The massive attention helped her land a recording contract with Island Records and led to the release of her debut EP, As She Pleases, in early 2018.
More recently, she’s set to release her debut full-length album Life Support this year, though a release date hasn’t been announced yet.
She has dropped four singles ahead of the album’s release since January, including the songs Good In Goodbye, Selfish, Stained Glass and Baby.
Where it all began: Madison initially rose to fame in 2012 when Justin Bieber shared a song she covered on YouTube and she later released her debut EP, As She Pleases, in early 2018