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13 September 2018
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We personally think Niall Horan and Hailee Steinfeld are one of the cutest couples in Hollywood at the moment but, for some strange reason, not everyone agrees.

A girl who claims to be a fan of the “Slow Hands” crooner took it upon herself to post some awful things about Niallee on Twitter, including that the relationship is completely fake. The 25-year-old saw these messages, followed her and reportedly slid into her DMs to defend his girlfriend and his romance.

“I’m asking about all of your extremely mean tweets,” he allegedly wrote.

The girl was, as you can probably expect, super upset once she realized Niall saw the hateful comments. She quickly tried to backtrack and say she “never meant to be rude,” but was “just worried” for his wellbeing. She proceeded to delete the notes, but the Irish cutie wasn’t done teaching her a lesson just yet.

“It’s extremely rude to write stuff about people you don’t now online, it’s called bullying,” he fired back. “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”

The person on the receiving end of the private messages finally apologized and admitted that she “should have never done that.” While many people would’ve dropped it right then and there, Niall went on to prove that he actually is a prince and actually THANKED HER for being a fan and supporting his music.

His last DM allegedly read, “Thank you for the support of my music and I appreciate it.”

It’s so easy for people to say whatever they want on social media behind the comfort of their computer screen, but it’s important to remember that cyberbullying is still bullying and is NEVER acceptable, even when it’s a celebrity on the receiving end.

12 September 2018
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4 September 2018
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In an essay for TODAY Style, singer and actress Hailee Steinfeld opens up about what it means to truly love yourself even if you’re in a place of uncertainty — and how she gets pumped up before a big performance. Steinfeld, 21, spoke to us on behalf of her work with Post-It, whose campaign is all about setting goals and dreaming big.

I think that truly loving yourself means doing what makes you happy. Doing what makes YOU feel good. Living for yourself and no one else. That speaks to really any situation. Put yourself first and know what you’re worth.

A lot of that has to do with this time we’re in where social media is very prevalent and people tend to go there for validation. I’m guilty of having done that before. It’s just a matter of putting out there what you want to put out there because you feel good about it.

For anyone struggling to feel confident, I would say to find your light. Find what makes you happy and stick to that! Know you are uniquely you and there’s nothing wrong with that.

My body-positive mantra is: If you feel good, you look good. When it comes to working out … if I don’t have a lot of time or if it’s like a matter of staying in bed longer or going to work out, I’m going to pick staying in bed! But it’s one of those things where looking good is the byproduct of feeling good, and that to me is the most important.

To chase big goals, just never give up! This is totally where I come from in terms of setting goals for myself. I write everything down. Especially when it comes to hopes, dreams and goals, it’s all about putting it out into the universe and manifesting your destiny. I read somewhere that you are 42 percent more likely to achieve goals and dreams if you write them down. It works for me!

I’m currently in the middle of a tour right now, which is amazing. It was a goal of mine to get out on the road this year so I am very happy that it’s a dream that’s coming true!

I tell myself this 100 times a day — everything happens for a reason. And I truly believe that.

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1 September 2018
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