At 31 years old, Shannon Beveridge has this physical status:
Many of the videos posed on her YouTube channel are about LGBTQ+ topics. During their relationship, Cammie was often featured in her videos. On July 1, 2016, they posted a video channel explaining their breakup, which has received over 3.4 million views. Beveridge went on the "Love Is Love" tour with Miles McKenna and Rebecca Black in 2017. In 2017, Beveridge starred in the music video for Fletcher's single "Wasted Youth." Fletcher's 2020 EP The S(ex) Tapes tells the aftermath of their breakup. She filmed and directed music videos for Fletcher's EP The S(ex) Tapes, including "Sex (With My Ex), which she also starred in. In July 2022, Fletcher released the single "Becky's So Hot" about Beveridge's new girlfriend, Becky Missal. Beveridge worked with her close friend, singer-songwriter Zolita, for a music video trilogy in 2021 and 2022. She played Zolita's high school cheerleading coach in "Somebody I F*cked Once," and was the creative director for "Single in September" and "I F*cking Love You."
It was 2020, and Cari Fletcher realized she hated the person she saw in the mirror.
The queer indie-pop artist (who performs mononymously as Fletcher) was fresh off the promotional grind for The S(ex) Tapes, a moody, synth-driven EP she wrote and recorded in the aftermath of her split from her ex-girlfriend, actress and influencer Shannon Beveridge. The breakup happened during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, so Fletcher and Beveridge were stuck quarantining together at Fletcher’s childhood home in New Jersey. They’d dated fairly publicly for three years, and Beveridge’s massive social media following had helped propel Fletcher into the spotlight during the early days of her music career.