'Haiz' Back Home: Hailee Steinfeld Is in Manila!

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'Haiz' Back Home: Hailee Steinfeld Is in Manila!


Filipino-American singer and actress Hailee Steinfeld has already landed in the Philippines and she's more than happy to return to her roots.

The young celebrity arrived in Manila on Tuesday night (April 5, 2016), less than a month after she announced on social media that she will be visiting the country. She also took to Twitter to let her fans know that she has landed safely, together with the hashtag for her tour, #HAIZinMANILA.

LANDED. #HAIZinMANILA

-- Hailee Steinfeld (@HaileeSteinfeld) April 5, 2016

Haiz is Hailee's EP album which she has debuted last November 2015.

In an interview with 99.5 Play FM on Wednesday morning (April 6, 2016), Hailee explained the idea behind her song Rock Bottom as a "relationship that has histories - at one point it didn't work out, at one point it was great - but it has gotten into a point where we can't seem to be apart from each other but being together is not good".

Although the young singer is still trying to figure out the complexities of love herself, she reminds girls that "at the end of the day, we really do know what's best for ourselves. It is hard to let go of certain things we know have a past or we know have been good at one point. …

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