Yungblud stepped out on Friday night with girlfriend Jesse Jo Stark to celebrate his birthday, in Santa Monica, California, looking like Ronald McDonald.
The punk rocker, 25, resembled the McDonalds’ mascot in a yellow and red zip-up jumpsuit decorate with the ‘M’ logo.
He teamed it with a black mesh shirt layered underneath, and black shoes with a bright pink socks.
The singer styled his tresses in a tousled bedhead look, and completed his ensemble with his signature black eyeshadow.
Jesse, meanwhile, looked incredible in a short black minidress, that showed off her long toned legs.
She added height to her frame with a pair of red high heels, which she expertly matched to her red lipstick.
Toting her essentials in a small black handbag, she wore her raven tresses in a messy bun on top of her head.
Little is known about how the couple met or exactly when they started dating, but the Malibu native and indie singer/songwriter was featured in the music video for Yungblud’s Strawberry Lipstick, released last July.
Yungblud seemed to return the favor, of sorts, snapping the exclusive Polaroids and designing the artwork for Jesse’s single Die Young.
The song was released in September 2020, with the Polaroids featuring Yungblud holding a banana to his ear as a phone and a topless photo of Jesse sitting in a bathtub drinking a beer.
Last month, he made headlines for praising the Australian dental system for their professionalism and quick response after he lost a tooth while performing in Melbourne.
The Doncaster-born rocker appeared on The Project on Friday and told the hosts he was performing at a Melbourne club when suddenly ‘my tooth fell out’.
He applauded his tech team and the dentist who treated him for their professionalism and quick response.
‘I was like ‘I got no tooth. Can we get me a dentist in the morning?’ and there was one waiting for me at 8am,’ he said.
He summarised the experience by commending the Australian dental system with, ‘Aussie dentists, man!’
Yungblud also recently made headlines for quickly organising a side show after the Splendour In The Grass music festival, where he was booked to perform, was cancelled.
Many revellers said he did a better job in three hours than festival organisers managed in three years.
The British singer was one of dozens of artists who saw performances canned.
But the rocker instead decided the show must go on and set about finding an alternative venue to play.
In less than three hours, the singer had found a place, drawn up posters, promoted the gig and secured the equipment needed to put on a show.
He documented the planning through a video on his social media accounts, showing his team working hard behind the scenes to secure a venue.
‘I was supposed to play a festival in Australia but it got cancelled, so I decided to put a last-minute gig on,’ he said.