Madison Beer stripped down to some pretty revealing clothing on Wednesday, taking to Instagram in a stunning and see-through bodysuit that left little to the imagination. The 20-year-old singer shared two jaw-dropping photos of herself from a feminine, sexy, and ultimately very classy photoshoot, but the “Dear Society” singer hadn’t gone conservative with her outfit.
Unsurprisingly, Madison’s photos have been clocking an insane amount of likes – over 315,000 by the time the post was just 25 minutes old. Check out the brunette’s stunning look below.
Madison was looking like a total goddess. Her photos showed her shot against a black backdrop and contrasting it as she showed off her super-fit and tan body in a barely there and see-through knitted bodysuit in gray. The one-piece was clinging to the songstress’ every curve, also exposing her chest via its sheer fabrics.
Madison also wore rising stockings formed from the bodysuit’s fabrics, with the materials also forming web-like sleeves for a gloved finish. Cut-out elements around the hips and back further flaunted the singer’s sensational physique.
“Life support,” Madison captioned her photos, referencing the name of her new album.
Instagram literally went wild with this update. Comments came in as quickly as likes, with fans appearing to lose their minds over Madison’s beauty and her flawless body.
“It’s not even fair at this point…,” one wrote.
“Fire,” another added.
“MADISON LET ME BREATHE” saw one user need caps.
Of course, it’s Instagram – people are going to make references. One fan did just this with “thank u, next” singer Ariana Grande.
“GOD IS DEFINITELY A WOMAN,” they wrote.
A like also came in from Kelly Ripa’s 18-year-old daughter Lola Grace.
Madison has just released her latest “Selfish” track, and it’s been going down a storm. The song has now surpassed 1 million streams on Spotify – testimony to this star’s talent.
“I’ve always had a passion for music – it’s a real part of me. It feels like I’ve been singing since I was born and I have so many great memories with my family and friends centered around music. So to be writing, sharing and performing music that will hopefully become the soundtrack to other people’s memories one day is incredible,” she said.
Madison continued to add that creating music independently has furnished her with a sense of freedom.
“Honestly, it’s been so incredible, so liberating. I’m now a part of every conversation concerning my music, which means that everything that’s out there with my name on it is an honest and true representation of what I want and who I am,” she told the newspaper, adding:
“It hasn’t always been like this – there have been times in my career where I felt people were pushing me to sing songs like this, or look like that, which didn’t feel right and didn’t feel true. To work like I am doing now has completely re-energised my passion and love for making music.”