Madison Beer

Madison Beer

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About

Madison Beer is an American singer who initially rose to popularity in 2012 after Justin Bieber shared one of her YouTube cover videos. Though her debut album Life Support with Epic Records isn't set to be released until Summer 2020, Beer has garnered a large following online since her start on YouTube and has been involved in several controversies surrounding her cosmetic surgery and for stating that she romanticizes the Nabokov book "Lolita."

Online History

On February 29th, 2012, Madison Beer uploaded her first YouTube video of herself singing a Bruno Mars mashup (shown below). The video gained over 3.8 million views and 115,000 likes in eight years.



On July 17th, Justin Bieber[5] tweeted a YouTube video of Madison Beer singing and said "wow. 13 years old! she can sing. great job. #futurestar" (shown below). The tweet received over 22,800 retweets and 12,400 likes in eight years. The tweet launched her success online.


Justin Bieber @justinbieber wow. 13 years old! she can sing. great job. #futurestar Madison Beer- At Last-Etta James (cover) I am a 13 year old singer/songwriter. Please check out and share my live cover of Etta James-At Last. Thank You!-... S youtube.com 12:15 PM · Jul 17, 2012 · Twitter Web Client

On September 3rd, 2014, Madison Beer uploaded one of her most popular YouTube videos, "Madison Beer – Stay With Me (Sam Smith Cover)," which accumulated over 5.4 million views in six years. Over the next few years, Beer released several singles and music videos. On November 3rd, 2018, Beer's voice was featured in a K/DA music video (shown below, left). On November 14th, 2018, Madison Beer uploaded the music video "Hurts Like Hell (Feat. Offset)" which gained over 29.7 million views in two years. Paper Mag[6] reported that the song would be the lead single on her upcoming album for Epic Records.



Reputation

As of July 2020, Madison Beer has over 19.7 million followers on Instagram,[1] 11.3 million on TikTok,[2] three million on Twitter[3] and 1.9 million subscribers on YouTube.[4]

Plastic Surgery Controversy

In May 2020, many TikTokers began accusing Madison Beer of lying about getting cosmetic surgery. Most notably, TikToker @girlwithgreenbeanie took uploaded a video in which she screams that Beer is a bad role model. On May 27th, the video was reuploaded by Instagram account TikTokroom (shown below, left). That same day, TikTokroom uploaded a video of Madison Beer on live addressing the TikTok video (shown below, right).



On June 23rd, Madison Beer[9] took to Twitter to further explain pictures of herself at a plastic surgeon saying, "i was there for a consultation to get a mole removed. (which i shouldn’t even need to clarify cuz it’s my business) i wasn’t “hiding.” i was waiting for my car & walked out normally. but these pics go ignored. i’ve gotten death threats bc of this situation. see the issue?" (shown below). The tweet gained over 16,000 likes in a month. Distractify[8] published an article on the controversy.


madison beer @madisonbeer i was there for a consultation to get a mole removed. (which i shouldn't even need to clarify cuz it's my business) i wasn't "hiding." i was waiting for my car & walked out normally. but these pics go ignored. i've gotten death threats bc of this situation. see the issue? COSMET POLO BPOR justin. @giawag6 · Jun 23 Replying to @JustinAndSeel and @madisonbeer she was also caught by the paparazzi at a plastic surgery place literally hiding. i love her music and her, herself but it kinda frustrates me when i see her lying to us. many girls have been known being inspired by madison for her supposed natural looks but it simply impossible 2:19 PM · Jun 23, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone

Lolita Controversy

On June 15th, 2020, Twitter user @zzcapss shared a video of Madison Beer on Instagram live saying that she romanticizes the novel "Lolita" by Nabokov. The tweet gained over 9,900 likes and 2,800 retweets in a month. The statement created backlash due to the underage sexual abuse in the novel.



On June 16th, Madison Beer[10] posted a long apology to Twitter saying she needed to learn how to better express herself (shown below). The tweet received over 20,700 likes in a year. Insider[12] and Pop Buzz[13] published articles on the controversy.


madison beer @madisonbeer hi guys. i've thought about last night andI think I was too flippant in my answers and you deserve much more than that. i discovered the book several years ago and honestly i really should revisit it and read it througha new lens. after thinking about how the book is perceived amongst critics and how it remains a compelling piece of work despite its controversies, i think i have allowed that to color how I have viewed it up until this point. i have a responsibility to you all and I thank you for being there for me even for the tough conversations. i see now that the book is triggering for some people, evoking a very complicated emotional response, & that for some this book is not just an academic exploration of complicated themes and dark characters. i hope as I learn and mature and have time to study the things i love like books, films and art, that I can do better in bringing them to you responsibly and will be better able to express myself. 1:29 PM · Jun 16, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone

I Was Supposed To Be In The Video

On December 1st, 2018, Twitter user @dabbbz uploaded a video of Madison Beer speaking with fans and saying that she was supposed to be in Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" music video but she was busy (shown below).



On June 22nd, 2020, TikToker lemonade reuploaded the video to TikTok and acquired over 652,700 likes in three weeks (shown below, left). On July 7th, TikToker mmadsrose used the audio to humble brag about something in her own life and gained over 538,500 likes in eight days (shown below, center). On July 10th, TikToker miniavocadotoast used the audio in a video of a fish talking caption, "the fish that didn't get to be picked to be in finding nemo." The video garnered over 647,000 likes in five days (shown below, right). StayHipp[11] published an article on this trend.


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Fan Screaming at Madison Beer Performance (BeReal)

Fan Screaming at Madison Beer Performance is a redraw meme template based on a BeReal post depicting a Madison Beer fan screaming during one of her concerts, Beer shown on most of the screen while the fan's scream and selfie are shown in a small window in the top left corner. The image was posted to X / Twitter in late April 2024 and became the subject of redraws at the start of May, with many depicting ship pairings as Beer and the fan.



원타 @66666666kg 존나웃김 이게 Translated from Korean by Google This is so f------ funny Was this translation accurate? Give us feedback so we can improve: 12:12 PM - Apr 30, 2024 4M Views BeReal.


Personal Life

Madison Beer was born in Jericho, New York in 1999 and after she was "discovered" by Justin Bieber in 2012, she moved with her mother and brother to Los Angeles, according to an interview with Elite Daily.[7]

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