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LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 19: Hailee Steinfeld performs 'Let Me Go' onstage during the 2017 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 19, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Hailee Steinfeld's Homework Helps Prep for May 1st EP

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By Alyssa McCraw

If you had to pick a card that would select your fabulous, flawless, future in one of the following careers...

A.) Acting.

B.) Music.

C.) Modeling.

...Which would you pick?

Well somewhere along the way, Hailee Steinfeld swiped the card that says "D.) All of the Above" - that's our theory at least, and it's for this very reason that we never know how to introduce her. There's "the Oscar-nominated actress" bit, but there's also the "multi-platinum singer/songwriter" segment, AND "co-founder of Privé Revaux" part. So, Hailee, if you're reading this, JUST STOP BEING SO TALENTED OK. ♥️

For now, we'll roll this this: On the heels of her latest single "I Love You's" releasing last week and a supporting music video yesterday, the multi-hyphenate Hailee Soonfeld Steinfeld has confirmed the first iteration of her two-part music project will drop on May 1st.

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Hailee Steinfeld casually lays on the wing of her private jet following San Diego Comic-Con; 2018.
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Like the rest of the celbriverse, Haiz' jet-setting journeys have been put on hold due to the coronavirus crisis. And, if we're being real honest, we're kinda selfishly glad because we've been getting SO. MUCH. CONTENT. She's reading, relaxing, and refocusing on her music - in fact, she told Glamour that a book by Rupi Kaur has been a source of studio inspiration.

"The first time I read Milk and Honey," Hailee explained, "I read it start to finish two times. I find that I constantly open the book up, turn to a random page, and there’s something in there that makes me feel something."

Hailee Steinfeld prepares for soundcheck during Charlie Puth's 2018 Voicenotes Tour.
Hailee Steinfeld | Facebook

"Her words are so honest and truthful, and some just make me smile. The illustrations in the book are beautiful and represent each poem perfectly. I actually carry them around with me, even if I’m in a recording session. I love that you can flip to any page and find something in there that’s so special."

FOUND: Floating amidst the aforementioned sea of seemingly-continual quarantine content queen Steinfeld has provided for the residents of Haileeville - a glimpse at her home-renovation-slash-studio-integration.

Hailee Steinfeld snuggles up with her pup in a black hoodie; March 31, 2020.
Hailee Steinfeld | Facebook

"I’m in the process of putting together a little home studio," she said on Tuesday. "So I’ve been very actively ordering equipment online. That’s a daily occurrence."

Hailee's def not kidding on this one - one of her recent livestreams showed her new pup Quarantini Martini chewing on a piece of packing material it found amongst the delivery debris. During another social session, the actress/singer/model/etc etc said that the dog's name has a creative, career connection.

"In film terms, Martini means the final shot before wrapping the set for the day," she informed during a Q&A.

Hailee Steinfeld candidly studies in the studio; February 2018.

We still get a little pressed at people who refer to her as "that girl from Pitch Perfect" - but then we breathe, cut them some slack, and realize that the latter-two trilogy films allowed HRH Hailee to generously gift us with the debut of her musical abilities.

Steinfeld's recent release "I Love You's" sounds a bit bubblegum, but don't let the upbeat vibe fool you - its actually a song riddled with Hailee's heartbreak.

...a heart most likely broken by a non-British-British-boybander, but we won't get into that (lol but seriously click here).

INGLEWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 30: Hailee Steinfeld speaks onstage during 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2018 Presented by Capital One at The Forum on November 30, 2018 in Inglewood, California.
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"I had gone through a break up and felt for the longest time that I was in this confined space," Steinfeld said in a statement. "It took some time but I eventually realized that even in a confined space, you can find yourself, you can learn to love yourself again, and you can give yourself the opportunity to heal. And that's what this song and video mean to me. Eventually the walls can come down and everything will be OK."

So, in essence, we're sorta soz Steinfeld is stuck at home. BUT! As much as we love Dickinson and The Edge of Seventeen and everything before (and in between) - if a GLOBAL PANDEMIC is what it took to get the girl to sit down and feed us some musical munchies, then... 🤷🏻‍♀️

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