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She burst onto the Hollywood scene as the breakout star of The Coen Brothers' True Grit in 2011, before embarking on a successful singing and acting career.
And Hailee Steinfeld revealed the toll her chosen career has had, as she thanked her family for 'sacrificing' things for her so that she could achieve her dreams during an appearance on ITV1's Lorraine in London on Thursday morning.
Actress - 'I - Lot - Family - Check
The actress, 21, explained: 'I owe a lot to my family for keeping me in check and loving me, and sacrificing for me.'
Speaking about body image in the industry, and how music helps her present positivity, she added: 'It definitely is difficult to get wrapped up in, and finding validation in places we shouldn't [like the] number of likes and comments we get.
Music - Way - Feelings - Feelings - Beauty
'My music is a way to express my feelings, and connect me with [those] feelings, that's the beauty of music, it's a way to connect and that's exactly what it's done for me.'
Hailee was also on hand to discuss her new film Bumblebee, which is the latest in Michael Bay's Transformers franchise.
Role - Charlie - Watson - God - Chance
Of her role of Charlie Watson, she gushed: 'Oh my god, I absolutely [loved it], any chance I get to play a female character with a strong personality and a voice is great.'
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