18 October 2017
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One of the most popular sunglasses brands of 2017 is Privé Revaux. Everyone from Blake Lively to Jennifer Lopez and Lily Collins stepped out wearing a pair, not to mention the affordable price tag (all styles are under $30!). And A-listers aren’t just wearing the label, they started it. Jamie Foxx, Jeremy Piven, Ashley Benson and Hailee Steinfeld are the masterminds behind the popular line and they’re continuing to put out new products. Steinfeld fronts the new “Icon” collection, and we have a first look at her in front of the camera on set.

The new collection was designed with the help of celebrity stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, and pays homage to iconic stars and their signature shades, including the Jagger, the McQueen and the Jackie O.

To get into focus on set, the face of the new collection she says she didn’t have any modeling tricks up her sleeve, but instead relied on one thing: “I think a good night’s sleep always helps,” Steinfeld tells PeopleStyle.

The star says she’s never had a huge sunglasses collection (she was always afraid of losing them) until she began working with Privé Revaux. Ever since, her stash has grown “exponentially.”

“I love that Privé Revaux figured out a model that supports high quality product at an affordable price point,” she shares. “With the new collection, they have named each of their styles after a different icon so that you can be inspired daily.”

Even though she lends her modeling talents to launch the new collection, she says her favorite style will forever be the Classic. “I love so many of the styles but they remain my go-to pair.”

She says her friends were all “dying” over the Alchemist design from the last collection (which is also Jennifer Loepz’s favorite) but she’s excited to see what they’ll chose next. Our bet is that the Warhol, the Hepburn and Grace will go fast.

9 October 2017
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Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso’s “Let Me Go (featuring Florida Georgia Line & watt)” officially enters the Top 30 on this week’s Mediabase pop radio airplay chart.

Up three places, “Let Me Go” takes #29 on the listing.

The four-act collaboration received 2,270 spins during the October 1-7 tracking week (+346).

— As “Let Me Go” enters the Top 30, Sabrina Carpenter’s “Why” re-enters that portion of the chart.

It rises one place to #30 on this week’s listing.

5 October 2017
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Hailee Steinfeld is nominated for Best Push at the 2017 #MTVEMA. Vote now here.

29 September 2017
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7. Hailee Steinfeld, 20
A Hollywood star in search of a radio smash, Steinfeld finally connected with the Zedd-produced “Starving,” which became her highest-charting single to date. Along with Hot 100 hits “Most Girls” and “Let Me Go,” she spent the past year focused on acting projects like Pitch Perfect 3, due out days after her 21st birthday this December.

22 September 2017
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Singer Hailee Steinfeld, teaming with co-lead Swedish DJ Alesso, appears for the first time and scores her first top 10 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Sept. 30), as “Let Me Go,” featuring star country duo Florida Georgia Line and singer/guitarist watt, starts at No. 9. The mega-collab earned 3.7 million U.S. streams and sold 13,000 downloads in its first tracking week, according to Nielsen Music.

“Let” is the lucky 13th chart hit, and second top 10, for Alesso, who reached No. 2 in January 2015 with “Heroes (We Could Be),” featuring Tove Lo.

The new track also marks a career best for Florida Georgia Line, who, as featured on The Chainsmokers’ “Last Day Alive,” reached No. 16 in April. FGL boasts 11 No. 1s on the Country Airplay chart, dating to the pair’s 2012 career launch. “Let” marks the first chart appearance for watt.

“Let” also debuts at No. 3 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales and at No. 17 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs.

8 September 2017
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New Royalty: Renaissance Person

To me, Paula Abdul is royalty. I just saw her live, and the whole time I was watching her, I was hitting the person next to me and saying, “Oh. My. God. Yes!” I’m late to the game, but Paula Abdul is completely amazing.

6 September 2017
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Last week, rumors of a collaboration between Hailee Steinfeld, Alesso and Florida Georgia Line hit the Internet.

Tuesday, Republic officially confirmed the rumors — and revealed another collaborator on the track.

Entitled “Let Me Go,” the song credits Hailee Steinfeld and Alesso as joint lead artists.

Florida Georgia Line and Watt are featured artists on the track.

“Let Me Go” will be released digital on Friday, September 8. It will go for immediate pop radio airplay, with the first adds set to be reported on September 12 (its “impact date”).

1 August 2017
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In an effort to breathe new life into an exhausted Transformers franchise that has been led by director Michael Bay for more than 10 years, Paramount Pictures announced today that production on their upcoming Bumblebee spinoff from Kubo and the Two Strings helmer Travis Knight has begun in California.

Knight will be making his live-action directorial debut with Bumblebee, the first spinoff in the sci-fi action franchise, using a script penned by Unforgettable screenwriter Christina Hodson. As per a press release issued by the studio this afternoon, the spinoff will take place in the year 1987 and finds Bumblebee seeking refuge in an old junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), a teenager trying to find her place in the world, discovers a worn-down, broken Bumblebee, but quickly learns that this is no ordinary, yellow VW bug.

With Bay sitting in the producer’s chair on this installment, Bumblebee also stars Pamela Adlon, John Cena, Stephen Schneider, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Jason Drucker, Kenneth Choi, Ricardo Hoyos, Abby Quinn, Rachel Crow, and Grace Dzienny.

Bumblebee will open in theaters on December 21, 2018, where it will go head to head with James Wan’s Aquaman and, just a few days later, Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns. May the best film win.

29 July 2017
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Camila Cabello’s “Crying In The Club,” Hailee Steinfeld’s “Most Girls,” and Jessica Mauboy’s “Fallin’” attained gold status in Australia this week.

ARIA formally announced the news Saturday.

The certifications confirm at least 35,000 in Australian units.

“Crying In The Club,” which reached a peak of #40 on last week’s ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles Chart, appears at #45 this week.

“Most Girls” is at a new peak of #23 on this week’s listing, while “Fallin’” is #21 (down from a #11 peak).

26 July 2017
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Pitch Perfect 3, to open here on Dec 21, released its first trailer last month, featuring the returning ensemble cast including Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Hailee Steinfeld and Brittany Snow.

After graduating from Barden University, the Bellas – the all-female a capella singing group – reunite for one last singing competition at an overseas United Service Organizations tour.

According to Deke Sharon, the American vocal producer and arranger of the successful musical comedy series, you can expect the third and final instalment to be “bigger, better, bolder and brighter”.

Speaking to The New Paper over Skype, Sharon – dubbed the “Godfather of contemporary a cappella” – said: “It’s a continuation of the development of the Bellas sound.

“It is very modern, harmony-rich and complex, and will draw from elements of the first two movies with more surprises and additional twists.”

The 49-year-old added: “The first movie (in 2012) was all about the Bellas taking their late 80s and 90s style and weaving it into modern mash-ups. The second movie (in 2015) had them tap into the roots of their sound, which was more vocal harmony.

“Now, the Bellas are going to be doing things that you have never seen before. And in the trailer, you see explosions, world travel and bands with instruments throwing out a tune.

“There is a lot to come and we are firm believers of putting them in increasingly awkward and crazy situations.”

On choosing for the Bellas to belt out US singer Pink’s 2001 smash Get The Party Started for a scene that appears in the trailer, Sharon said: “Pink is a great artist for the Barden Bellas in general because she is American, she is a songwriter and she is also a performer.

“She is very much a self-made woman, and you get that sense from the Bellas.

“It’s a song that works well for a cappella and in the bigger picture, it reminds people of the fun of the Pitch Perfect franchise.” (more…)

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