The actor has big movies, an Oscar nod and a cameo in Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood." Next up? Pop stardom, thanks to a new hit about self-love (in more ways than one).
"Nothing says 'turnt' like Hailee Steinfeld." That's how MTV Video Music Awards host Miley Cyrus, using slang normally reserved for a rowdy party, introduced the actor-singer during the Aug. 30 show, a presumably sarcastic description of a Taylor Swift pal and Pitch Perfect 2 star with an immaculate child-actor past. She may not have realized that, despite its seemingly empowering title, Steinfeld's rising hit single "Love Myself" is a suggestive double-entendre. Cyrus' joke even confused Steinfeld. "I still don't know what it meant.