admin on Feb.19.2018

Niall Horan and Hailee Steinfeld ignited dating rumors during President’s Day Weekend when they attended a Backstreet Boys concert together on Saturday night. Their BSB moment was caught by a fan ninergrl6, who hit up Twitter to share videos of the pair dancing, singing along and joking around with each other to the sounds of the boy band in the Axis Theater’s VIP section at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

In the videos, both Hailee and Niall can be seen getting down to the Boys’ hit song “I Want It That Way.” At one point, A.J. McLean even comes up to the One Direction member and sings with him!

For the possible date night in Sin City, Hailee opted for a plunging black top and jeans. The Brit donned a laidback plaid shirt and jeans.

A source confirms to E! News that after the concert the duo hit up at XS Nightclub where they sat together at a stage table with a few friends, sipping on Absolut Elyx cocktails and taking in a DJ set by Diplo.

This isn’t the first time that the two have hung out together. The “Starving” singer and the “Slow Hands” crooner were previously photographed together at the 2017 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 19, 2017 in Los Angeles.

Niall had already set the rumor mill spinning in December after he shared a sweet birthday tribute to the Edge of 17 actress on Instagram and wrote, “Happy birthday to the loveliest person on the planet and one of my best friends @haileesteinfeld. Have no idea what the hell is going on in this photo. Love ya hails.”

Fans online were quick to speculate that Saturday’s night out on the town meant that the self-admitted best friends were more than just friends, with many commenting that something is going on with the stars.

Happy birthday to the loveliest person on the planet and one of my best friends @haileesteinfeld . Have no idea what the hell is going on in this photo. Love ya hails

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Meanwhile Hailee was believed to be dating social media personality Cameron Smoller, whom she’s been linked to since 2016. The couple has not announced a split, but do not currently follow each other on social media. Hailee has not appeared on Cameron’s Instagram since Nov. 15, 2017.

Additionally, in the February issue of Marie Claire Hailee did talk about love and heartbreak, saying, “I’m trying to protect myself and have a bit of a guard up, but I also want to fall in love and know why love hurts.”

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admin on Feb.1.2018

Hailee attended ‘The Minefield Girl’ Audio Visual Book Launch at Lightbox on January 31 in New York. Photos from the event have been added to the photo gallery, so make sure to check them out!

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admin on Jan.24.2018

All it took was one very genuine birthday wish from Niall Horan to Hailee Steinfeld, to get fans speculating as to whether or not some major sparks were flying between the two friends. Given how close they’ve been through the years, it wouldn’t be too hard to imagine — but we’re thinking the two are just totally cool with being buds. Okay, so we’ll break things down from the start. The Instagram post that started the rumor mill was shared by the “This Town” singer on the actress’ birthday last year. He wrote, “Happy birthday to the loveliest person on the planet and one of my best friends @haileesteinfeld . Have no idea what the hell is going on in this photo. Love ya hails”

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It was the “love ya hails” at the end of the caption that had fans scratching their heads and wondering what exactly was going on between them — if anything at all. The post isn’t overly romantic, but that didn’t stop the speculation. Though in a recent interview with Us Weekly, Hailee decided to set the record straight on her relationship with the One Direction member.

The Edge of Seventeen star said, “I feel so lucky that [my fans] care enough about me to know what I’m doing every second of every day, but I think that sometimes it’s hard for people in general to realize that there are boundaries to a person’s life and personal life. I am a very private person. I do love that I have the opportunity to share with them what I’m comfortable with and they’re there to listen and support me.”

Okay, so that’s not exactly an answer but Hailee isn’t wrong. Whatever is happening between her and the “Slow Hands” crooner is their business. So even though they seem to be just friends, fans shouldn’t expect a whole lot of talk from either of them about anything. Looks like their lips will continue to be sealed on this one.

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admin on Jan.16.2018

The Fifty Shades of Grey series may be known for its adult themes but the latest single for the upcoming Fifty Shades Freed soundtrack takes a less risque approach.

After Rita Ora and Liam Payne delivered their soundtrack single “For You,” Hailee Steinfeld teams up with Bloodpop for “Capital Letters.” Without getting too explicit or erotic, Steinfeld still delivers a sultry song as she sings, “For worse or for better/Gonna give it up to you in capital letters.”

Singing over a synth-y dance beat, Steinfeld’s voice transforms “Capital Letters” into an anthem-like track as she croons, “I want to get louder/I got to get louder/We ’bout to go up baby, up we go/We ’bout to go up baby, up we go/We’re blowing out speakers.”

Co-written by Ellie Goulding, “Capital Letters” will join a star-studded soundtrack that includes music from Sia, Dua Lipa, Goulding and actor Jamie Dornan. The album is set to release on Feb. 9, the same day the third and final film of the series hits theaters.

Listen to Steinfeld and Bloodpop’sCapital Letters” below.


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admin on Jan.13.2018

At just 21-years-old, Hailee Steinfeld already has a career that entertainers thrice her age would be envious of. She was nominated for an Academy Award—at 14-years-old, no less—for her breakout role in True Grit, and starred in a string of box office hits ever since—and just so happens to have a wildly successful pop career on the side. It’s hard to believe that it wasn’t so long ago that Steinfeld was just a teenager, embarrassed to be going to the movies with her parents to see the acapella comedy Pitch Perfect. Cut to just five years later, and Steinfeld is starring in the film’s third installment, after a leading role in the sequel in 2015. But despite all her successes, Steinfeld remains delightfully grounded—a quality she attributes to her parents—and still geeks out on certain things just like your average college age girl—namely, the hit Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. Here, Steinfeld talks Pitch Perfect, her love of Paula Abdul, and more.

When did you see the first Pitch Perfect?

I distinctly remember seeing the first Pitch Perfect in theaters with a friend of mine and my parents actually, and at that time it was a little cooler to sit in a different row than your parents. So I was with my friend, and if we weren’t singing along to a song that we loved, my parents were, and I just thought like “How great is that a movie like that can bring every one and anyone of all ages together.” I was obsessed with it and immediately thought, “If there is ever another movie like this, I have to be a part of it,” not even realizing that there would be a sequel at that point. The minute I found out that it was a thing and that it was happening, I called my agent and said “I don’t even know if there’s a part in this for me, but I want in.” So that’s where it started.
Your singing career came before that second movie came out—were you always planning to have the singing career, or did Pitch

Perfect sort of jumpstart you?

Singing has always been a part of my plan, and as an actor, I always wished and hoped that it would happen through a movie so that it wasn’t a matter of “Here I am dropping an album and this is now what I wanna do,” but instead it would make sense, and the timing was right. It became the perfect opportunity to segue into music.

Do you get to sing more in the latest film?

I do sing a bit more. It was cool, obviously coming into the third one as more of an artist than I did with the second one, and music in the movie is awesome.

And last year you were nominated for a Golden Globe for your role in The Edge of Seventeen. What was that like?

Going as a nominee was pretty incredible. I mean, just to be there alone, period, and having gone before, that was enough for me. It’s really incredible to be in a room with people that you admire and aspire to be like, and just to be in their presence. It’s really crazy. I was nominated for my film The Edge of Seventeen which means a great deal to me, and I’m very proud of that performance. To be recognized in that way was quite an honor. I have yet to fully comprehend it.

How do you decide what to wear for things like that?

There’s really no method to the madness of picking or choosing what I’m gonna wear. It tends to either happen last minute. With the Golden Globes, I saw this beautiful Vera Wang sketch, and I knew off of that. I knew that it was gonna be beautiful. I had no doubt. And it was.

You were nominated for an Academy Award at 14-years-old, and now you are 21. How was it been growing up in the spotlight?

I guess in ways it’s hard, obviously. I feel like my normal is different than others my age, what their normal is. But I really feel like I owe it all to my family for keeping me grounded, and where I got my start. I started on a movie called True Grit with Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, and Josh Brolin, and I was reminded every single day on that shoot how lucky I am to be able to do what I love. It’s a real privilege, and you go to work every day, do the best you can, have fun, and go home to your family. It’s work, but it never really feels like that, which is the best part.

Who do you look up to, or consider a “royal” in the entertainment industry?

Oh, goodness gracious. Paula Abdul. I just saw her live, and she would definitely be one of them. I mean, the whole time I was watching her, I was hitting the person next to me saying “Oh, my God. Yes.” She’s so amazing. I was late to the game. And Diane Keaton.

Do you have a favorite Diane Keaton movie?

Annie Hall. I made a movie years ago with Mark Ruffalo and Catherine Keener—who I will also add to my royals list—and they would have these conversations constantly about filmmakers and actor and films that I didn’t know that I was unaware of. I wasn’t really in the conversation, but I was there. I was like “You guys need to make me a list of these films so that I can go back and watch them.” They went out and got me a ton of old movies, and I have yet to get through them. It’s been a couple years, but they gave me so many.

Beyond Pitch Perfect, have you ever thought of doing a musical?

I have thought of doing a musical.

Do you have any favorites?

I don’t know that I do. I love seeing them, though, especially when I come to New York. Going to Broadway shows is one of my favorite things to do. I try and do it every time I’m here, if time allows. I think as an actor, it would be the ultimate challenge and the ultimate commitment, and I’ve heard nothing but unbelievable things from actors I know that are in plays. They just love it, and so I feel like once I do it, there’s no turning back. I would love to do that sometime.

Who is your current cinematic or on-screen crush?

I just finished the first season of 13 Reasons Why, and I’m hardcore crushing on every guy and girl in that show. I crush pretty easily, so anytime I see something or someone, I’m like “Hello.” But that was the last thing I saw, and there are a lot of cute guys in that, and girls. Those girls are freaking beautiful, by the way. Now I’ve got to wait for the second season. I’m thinking I’ll just re-watch the first one in the meantime.

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