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Shawn Mendes shows off abs as he takes a dip in Miami enjoying time off to work on mental health

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Shawn Mendes showed off his six-pack abs as he took a dip at the beach in Miami Friday.The Wonder singer, 23, donned a pair of red swim trunks as he played in the warm waters of South Florida.The Juno award winner slicked his wet hair back away from his face and he walked across the sand.He wore a blue band around his wrist and a pendant around his neck.The Mercy artist also put his tattoos on full display in the afternoon sun.

Six-pack abs: Shawn Mendes, 23, showed off his six-pack abs while enjoying a dip in the warm waters of MiamiShawn has been taking a break from life on the road.He cancelled hisWonder: The World tour shortly after it began on June 27, citing mental health reasons.

He originally postponed the tour for a few weeks on July 8, but ended up calling the whole thing off for the time being July 27.In a heartfelt note to his millions of fans, the Senorita singer wrote that he was excited to get back to performing live after the pandemic, but 'the reality is I was not at all ready for how difficult touring would be after this time away.''After speaking with my team and working with an incredible group of health professionals, it has become more clear that I need to take the time I've never taken personally, to ground myself and come back stronger.' Seeing red:The Wonder singer donned a pair of red swim trunks and slicked his wet hair back away from his faceThe Canadian crooner taught himself to play guitar when he was 14 by watching YouTube tutorials.

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