Madison Beer rocked a wild sense of fashion at the Billboard Women in Music Awards

Madison Beer rocked a wild sense of fashion at the Billboard Women in Music Awards

When Madison Beer arrived at the Billboard Women in Music Awards on Wednesday wearing an animal print gown, she showed off her incredible body.

The 23-year-old artist, who was reportedly the target of a prank caller, grabbed everyone’s attention as she walked the red carpet in her seductive attire.

Madison’s tight stomach and plunging bustline highlighted her cleavage and slim waist.

Madison Beer
Source: Twitter

Beer showed up on the red carpet at  Los Angeles’ YouTube Theater on March 1, Wednesday, wearing a flowing dress with leopard print. She wore a Roberto Cavalli dress with a plunging V-neckline and no sleeves.

A slim bodice that flowed into gallivant train gave the item extra pizzazz. A paneled pattern in brown and beige that covered the entire piece added Cavalli’s typical sleekness and evoked the spotted fur worn by cheetahs.

Beer wowed the crowd with faultless glam, emphasizing her beautiful features with a hint of blush on either cheek and dark magenta lips.

The influencer completed her appearance with understated jewelry, a white manicure, and shiny black hair that fell in waves.

Madison Beer rocked at the Billboard Women in Music Awards' red carpet
Source: Twitter

The “Reckless” singer was wearing shoes, but the long skirt of her gown completely concealed them. However, Beer’s pair probably had a platform or heeled sandal pattern; she frequently wore this look in neutral and embellished colors after becoming well-known in the late 2010s.

According to a news release from the publication, the annual celebration honors “women in the music world who have made substantial impacts on the business and who, through their work and sustained success, inspire decades of women to take on higher responsibilities within the sector.”

In 2018, Madison Beer, a fervent body-shaming opponent, shared a Twitter tweet.

The singer of the song “Selfish” has been frank about the traumatic event she went through as a teen that inspired her to speak out so strongly about the problem.

In 2020, the New Yorker posted a sincere message on social media about how, when she was “about 14,” a boy shared personal images of her.

“When I was approximately fourteen and dealing with my body and sexuality, I sent highly intimate Snapchats of mine  to a boy I was really like at the time.”

“I gave these at 14, thinking I might trust the boy because we had been friends and shared affection for one another. Of course, he shared it with all his pals,” Madison Beer wrote.

“When I entered restaurants, people would ogle me and talk about me in whispers. These tapes were even given to my parents and grandparents and essential people, executives, and musicians in the music industry. I got informed that individuals were embarrassed to work or even be pals with me.”

“I felt upset and humiliated,” Madison admitted. According to Beer,  It was a horrible encounter that left her with severe trust issues that she is still addressing.

The most significant female executives, musicians, and producers in the music business are recognized by the Billboard Women in Music Awards.

This year’s event, which took place at the YouTube Theater in Hollywood Park, was hosted by Quinta Brunson.

In addition to  Rosalia,  Kim Petras, Becky G, Lana Del Rey, Latto,  TWICE, Ivy Queen, Doechii,  Lainey Wilson, and Sylvia Rhone, SZA got the nomination for the 2023 Woman of the Year.

Similar Posts