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Madison Beer gives peek at taut tummy in Labyrinth crop top for Christmas shopping in Beverly Hills

Madison Beer gives a peek at her taut tummy in nostalgic Labyrinth crop top as she finishes some last minute Christmas shopping in Beverly Hills

Madison Beer is preparing to drop her debut album Life Support in the new year.

But the Justin Bieber protégé is taking a break from making music to celebrate the holidays.

She teased her taut tummy in a nostalgic crop top from the 1986 David Bowie film Labyrinth, as she finished some last minute Christmas shopping Monday in Beverly Hills.

Goblin kween: Madison Beer teased her taut tummy in a nostalgic crop top from the 1986 David Bowie film Labyrinth, as she finished some last minute Christmas shopping Monday in Beverly Hills

The 21-year-old complemented the top with some grey sweatpants and a pair of white Nike sneakers, while carrying a brown leather handbag over her arm.

She finished the look with a leopard-print trucker hat, gold hoop earrings, a pearl necklace, a matching bracelet and a gold wristwatch.

Beer recently gave fans an update on Life Support, telling Ryan Seacrest last month: ‘COVID really kind of set it back a lot but we’re getting it out at the top of 2021… I’m super pumped to get it out there.’

She also explained the album title: ‘I felt it was really important to make that the title because I was going through a really tough time mentally.

Casual outing: The 21-year-old complemented the top with some grey sweatpants and a pair of white Nike sneakers, while carrying a brown leather handbag over her arm

Casual outing: The 21-year-old complemented the top with some grey sweatpants and a pair of white Nike sneakers, while carrying a brown leather handbag over her arm

Coming soon: Beer recently gave fans an update on her debut studio album Life Support: 'COVID really kind of set it back a lot but we're getting it out at the top of 2021… I'm super pumped to get it out there'

Coming soon: Beer recently gave fans an update on her debut studio album Life Support: ‘COVID really kind of set it back a lot but we’re getting it out at the top of 2021… I’m super pumped to get it out there’

Meaningful title: She also explained the album title: 'I felt it was really important to make that the title because I was going through a really tough time mentally... So, it was genuinely like life support for me'

Meaningful title: She also explained the album title: ‘I felt it was really important to make that the title because I was going through a really tough time mentally… So, it was genuinely like life support for me’

‘And it was kind of like the only thing that was giving me hope and pushing me to get out of bed in the morning. So, it was genuinely like life support for me.’

The As She Pleases artist continued: ‘I think there’s a lot of stigma around mental health. It’s sad we allow ourselves to judge people based off of things so surface like Instagram and social media.

‘We’re all putting on a facade and a front at all times and I’m trying to be more open about that kind of stuff… I think it’s really important.’

It came after she opened up in an emotional Instagram Story about being ‘one year clean of self harm’ back in August.

She wrote: ‘I never thought I’d be able to say this, and I am so proud of myself. It has been an uphill battle, so whether you might be one day, one week, one month, or one year clean — I’m so proud of you.’ 

Mental health: It came after she opened up in an emotional Instagram Story about being 'one year clean of self harm' back in August (pictured in November, 2020)

Mental health: It came after she opened up in an emotional Instagram Story about being ‘one year clean of self harm’ back in August (pictured in November, 2020)

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