Madison Beer puts on sizzling display as she grabs lunch with rumored boyfriend Nick Austin in LA

Madison Beer has had quite the month, recently dropping music from her debut album, before appearing on the MTV VMAs.

The Justin Bieber protégé is also focusing on her personal life, as she continues to fuel rumors of a new relationship.

She put on a sizzling display Monday in a country club chic look, as she stepped out for lunch with TikTok star Nick Austin, with whom she’s been spending time lately.

Country club chic: Madison Beer put on a sizzling display Monday in a country club chic look, as she stepped out for lunch with TikTok star Nick Austin, with whom she’s been spending time lately

The 21-year-old showed off her taut midriff and toned legs in a white sports bra and some skintight black bike shorts.

She draped a white sweatshirt over her shoulders for a preppy touch to her usual scantily-clad uniform.

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Beer finished the ensemble with some thin ’90s black sunglasses, a matching face mask, several pieces of gold jewelry and white sneakers with matching tube socks.

She carried a black Chanel crossbody bag over her shoulder, as she arrived at Toast Bakery Cafe in West Hollywood.

Serving body: The 21-year-old showed off her taut midriff and toned legs in a white sports bra and some skintight black bike shorts

Preppy vibes: She draped a white sweatshirt over her shoulders for a preppy touch to her usual scantily-clad uniform

Accessorizing: Beer finished the ensemble with some thin ’90s black sunglasses, a matching face mask, several pieces of gold jewelry and white sneakers with matching tube socks

Hot wheels: She carried a black Chanel crossbody bag over her shoulder, as she arrived at Toast Bakery Cafe in West Hollywood. The Stained Glass artist stopped to pay for a parking meter, after stepping out of her red Ferrari convertible

The Stained Glass artist stopped to pay for a parking meter, after stepping out of her red Ferrari convertible.  

Austin, 20, kept it casual, arriving in a white Club Beverly Hills hoodie with mint green sweatpants and white Nike high-tops.

He finished the look in a blue Von Dutch baseball cap, while taking precautions against COVID-19 in a matching blue face mask. 

They removed their masks as they sat across from each other, on the patio of the casual eatery.

Beer sat across from her rumored beau, before moving over to the seat next to him, as she put on a cozy display. 

Casual outing: Austin, 20, kept it casual, arriving in a white Club Beverly Hills hoodie with mint green sweatpants and white Nike high-tops

Staying safe: He finished the look in a blue Von Dutch baseball cap, while taking precautions against COVID-19 in a matching blue face mask

Outdoor dining: They removed their masks as they sat across from each other, on the patio of the casual eatery

Cozy display: Beer sat across from her rumored beau, before moving over to the seat next to him, as she put on a cozy display

She and the Hype House member have been spotted together a couple times over the past week. 

The New York-born singer has recently been promoting her debut studio album Life Support, which is set to drop by end of summer. 

She recently told NME how mental health inspired the album: ‘I was going through a really tough time when we were making this album. 

‘I had been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, I was in and out of dark mental states and in therapy three times a week.’ 

Beer said of her team: ‘They were just there to be a support system and that was another support system for me. I genuinely believe that the time I was creating my album and was genuinely suicidal, they were intertwined for a reason.’ 

New music: The New York-born singer has recently been promoting her debut studio album Life Support, which is set to drop by end of summer

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Ellen Pompeo goes makeup free for walk with pal as she carries small dog in carrier sling

She’s a devoted animal lover who adopted a vegan lifestyle back in 2018.

So it makes perfect sense that Ellen Pompeo would go an afternoon walk with a friend while carrying one of her four pet pooches in a shoulder pouch in the trendy Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles on Monday.

At times, the little grey puppy’s head and tail could be seen peaking through the top of the black pet carrier that was slung over her left shoulder.

Ellen Pompeo, 50, went on walk with a friend while carrying one of her four dogs in a pet carrier sling in the Loz Feliz section of Los Angeles on Monday

For the walk, the Grey’s Anatomy star, 50, went makeup free and dressed down in black leggings and a baggy white t-shirt. 

She also donned grey sneakers and pulled her long blonde tresses back into a ponytail.  

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With the sun glaring down on another warm summer day, she also kept a pair of dark sunglasses handy on the top of her head.

Afternoon delight: The Grey’s Anatomy star went makeup free and wore black leggings and a baggy white t-shirt as she carried her little pet pooch

On more than a few occasions, the actress directed her attention to her little dog that appeared to be more than happy to be relaxing in the carrier.

Pompeo’s friend also opted for sporty comfort in the fashion department in black leggings, a black tank top and sneakers.

The Massachusetts native raises three children, Stella Luna, 10, Sienna May, six, and Eli Christopher, three, with music producer husband of ten years Chris Ivery, 53.  

The couple decided to adopt a vegan diet two years ago after Pompeo had a routine checkup with her doctor.

Family life: The Massachusetts native raises three children, Stella Luna, 10, Sienna May, six, and Eli Christopher, three, with music producer husband of ten years Chris Ivery, 53; the couple are pictured in June 2016, before the birth of Eli

It turns out her physician touted her book — “Breasts: The Owner’s Manual — that recommends a plant-based diet as a means to decrease the risk of female-specific cancers such as breast and ovarian cancers.

[‘Dr. Funk] told me she turned her three kids completely vegan and I came home from my appointment with her where she basically gave me [the information] … and I said, “‘That’s it, we’re all vegan,”‘ Pompeo told People.

Pompeo has played the role of Dr. Meredith Grey on Grey’s Anatomy for all 16 seasons of the medical drama series.

The 17th Season of Grey’s Anatomy has not yet started production, due to COVID-19, and there is no indication as to when filming may start.  

Production halt: The 17th Season of Grey’s Anatomy has not yet started production, due to COVID-19, and there is no indication as to when filming may start

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Patrick Wilson goes viral on Twitter after responding to tweets about his career

While Patrick Wilson doesn’t have a movie coming out until next year, the actor found himself going viral on Twitter.

It all started when Twitter user Das Skooketh shared three photos of Wilson and said, ‘the mf really said i’m gonna be in a million movies but absolutely refuse to be famous,’ which garnered over 20K retweets and quote retweets and over 210K likes.

The 47-year-old Aquaman star responded with a quote retweet of his own, with other Wilson fans like Dane DeHaan and Richard Marx chimed in as well, with the former even going so far as to claim he owes his career to Wilson.

Going viral: While Patrick Wilson doesn’t have a movie coming out until next year, the actor found himself going viral on Twitter

‘Dammit. My plan has been thwarted,’ Wilson said in a quote retweet to his 152K followers on Monday afternoon.

His tweet went viral as well, with over 30K retweets and quote retweets and over 291K likes in under eight hours.

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Actor Dane DeHaan also chimed in with a quote retweet, claiming that Wilson’s generosity lead to the career he has today.

Thwarted: ‘Dammit. My plan has been thwarted,’ Wilson said in a quote retweet to his 152K followers on Monday afternoon

‘Patrick Wilson got me a meeting at CAA so I basically owe my film career to him. Glad to see the internets giving him the love he deserves. Thanks @patrickwilson73!!!’ DeHaan said.

Wilson responded with a quote retweet of his own, stating, ‘Thanks, man,’ with a heart emoji.

Even singer Richard Marx responded to sing Wilson’s praises, adding, ‘Patrick Wilson is great every fucking time.’

Giving thanks: Wilson responded with a quote retweet of his own, stating, ‘Thanks, man,’ with a heart emoji

Wilson joked in response, ‘From now on, every time I get a bad review, I will say “Please talk to Richard Marx.” (Thanks @richardmarx, you’re pretty fucking great, too).’

In between thanking his fans and friends, he also congratulated his hometown Tampa Bay Lightning NHL hockey team for advancing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Wilson has worked quite consistently in big-budget fare and indie projects alike, in both leading and supporting roles, for nearly 20 years, though he doesn’t have the A-list type of fame that some of his contemporaries do. 

Review: Wilson joked in response, ‘From now on, every time I get a bad review, I will say “Please talk to Richard Marx.” (Thanks @richardmarx, you’re pretty fucking great, too)’

Wilson started his career on the stage, making his Broadway debut as Jerry Lukowski in The Full Monty, which earned him a Tony nomination.

He earned rave reviews for playing Curly McLain in the Broadway production of Oklahoma!, before his breakthrough role as Joe Pitt in HBO’s Angels in America mini-series, earning both an Emmy and a Golden Globe nomination.

He transitioned easily to feature film, playing a variety of different roles such as soldier William Travis in 2004’s The Alamo and a pedophile in the 2005 indie Hard Candy.

His other notable roles include Nite Owl/Dan Dreiberg in 2009’s Watchmen, Ed Warren in The Conjuring films, Josh Lambert in the Insidious films, Lou Solverson on the Fargo TV series and King Orm in Aquaman.

He’ll next be seen returning as Ed Warren in The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, slated for release

Career beginnings: Wilson started his career on the stage, making his Broadway debut as Jerry Lukowski in The Full Monty, which earned him a Tony nomination

Nite Owl: His other notable roles include Nite Owl/Dan Dreiberg in 2009’s Watchmen, Ed Warren in The Conjuring films, Josh Lambert in the Insidious films, Lou Solverson on the Fargo TV series and King Orm in Aquaman

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