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  • -I want to start off by addressing

  • a couple rumors that I've heard. -Uh-oh.

  • -Okay? They're all good. -All right.

  • -First rumor -- you've been working on new music.

  • -This is true. -Really?

  • -Yes. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -'Cause I love your stuff. -Thank you so much.

  • Yes, I've been working -- I've been working

  • on a lot of music for a long time,

  • and my fans are very aware of that.

  • And they've been so patient, which I'm so thankful for

  • because I've had some really wonderful opportunities

  • that have kind of taken me away from the music

  • for periods of time.

  • But I can say that early next year,

  • new music will be out.

  • -Early next year. All right. Good.

  • Good, good, good. I love that.

  • Second rumor. -Yes.

  • -Is it true that you set up Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas?

  • -No. Are they saying that?

  • I will totally take credit for that if they're saying it.

  • -Yeah. No, that's what I heard. -Really?

  • -I heard you set them up.

  • -I definitely got the, like, "Tell me about Joe Jonas" call.

  • -Oh, really? -Sophie and I -- Yeah.

  • Sophie and I have been friends for years.

  • She's one of my favorite humans. And Joe, same.

  • Joe and I worked together a couple years ago,

  • and he is also a wonderful person.

  • -Yeah. -And it worked, so...

  • Yeah, I'll take credit for that. Sure.

  • -Yeah -- Yeah. So she just called you up and said,

  • "Hey, I'm dating Joe Jonas." -Well, no.

  • She called me, and she was like -- This is --

  • I don't remember when, but she called and said --

  • Because she knew that I knew him

  • and sort of asked for my opinion.

  • -Yeah. -I gave her the truth.

  • I won't tell -- I won't say everything I said to her.

  • -Yeah, yeah. All right. Good.

  • -No, I gave her my stamp of approval.

  • -And now they're married. -And now they're married.

  • -Yeah, that's fantastic. -Yeah.

  • -See? All right, good. You helped her out.

  • All right. Good. Now let's talk "Dickinson."

  • -Yes. -Emily Dickinson.

  • This is on Apple TV+. This is the debut of Apple TV+.

  • -Yes, it is. -November 1st.

  • -November 1st, this show -- -It's the whole thing.

  • It's brand-new. It's changing the game.

  • -The whole thing is coming. I know. I'm very excited.

  • It's been so wonderful to see it all sort of come together,

  • and it's actually, finally, happening.

  • -How is it working with Apple? Do you like that?

  • -Oh, yeah. It's really incredible.

  • They are -- I mean, it's Apple.

  • -Yeah, I know. They're pretty big.

  • But can you -- Answer me this.

  • Is it like Netflix where, like --

  • Do you get all the episodes at once?

  • -So, in our case, you will be able to get all 10 episodes

  • of "Dickinson" on November 1st, when the platform launches.

  • Which is very exciting.

  • And it's, in my opinion, very easy to binge this show.

  • So I'm very excited about that. -It's binge-worthy. Yes.

  • -Very binge-worthy I think. -And you were at the big event

  • they had like, in Cupertino or whatever.

  • -Yes. Yeah. -With like --

  • It was you, it was, uh, Jennifer Aniston.

  • -Jennifer Aniston. -Oprah.

  • -Oprah was there. -Come on.

  • Look at the picture of you and Oprah.

  • -Photo evidence, people.

  • -Photo or didn't happen. Come on. How great?

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • I love -- I love Oprah. She just --

  • -I mean, yeah. She -- It was the most insane thing.

  • I had met her previously before

  • and, of course, saw her there. -Yeah.

  • -And debated, you know, of course, saying hello.

  • But then a million reasons not to do that came into my brain.

  • So I didn't.

  • But then, before I knew it,

  • Oprah sort of tapped me on the shoulder and said,

  • "Hailee, it's so great to see you."

  • And I forgot every word in the English language.

  • I had no idea what to do with my hands.

  • I was just -- Then she asked for a photo.

  • And I don't think I've ever looked happier

  • in a photo in my life. -You really are.

  • Yeah, you were having a great time there, yeah.

  • That's very good. -Oh, God.

  • -Let's talk about producing "Dickinson."

  • You're producing "Dickinson." -Yes, I am.

  • -Why? Why did you produce it? -Well -- Yeah.

  • This is my first time executive producing a project.

  • -Do you like doing it? -Yeah, I do.

  • It's a -- It's a -- It's a different process.

  • -Yeah. -But -- But really incredible

  • to be a part of something that I do care so much about

  • and so moved by --

  • just being a part of, you know,

  • certain decision-making processes

  • and seeing something really come together

  • from the beginning, middle, to the end.

  • -Were you a fan of Emily Dickinson before this?

  • -I knew of her poetry, having read some of it in high school,

  • but I didn't know much about her.

  • And I'm so thankful for this show

  • and having had the opportunity to play her,

  • because she truly is quite an interesting human,

  • and I think the world

  • will agree, hopefully, when they see the show.

  • -It's good. It's beautifully shot.

  • And, also, some good laughs in there, too.

  • -Yes. -And Wiz Khalifa.

  • -Wiz Khalifa's in the show. -How -- How did that happen?

  • -That's a great question. -Yeah.

  • -Well, so, Emily has --

  • You can pick this up after reading one poem.

  • She's got the most wild imagination.

  • She has this sort of fascination with death

  • and the idea of death.

  • And in our show, Wiz Khalifa plays the character of Death,

  • who Emily is, again, fascinated

  • and sort of in love with, in a sense.

  • And so we wanted basically the coolest person ever

  • to play this character and --

  • -Yeah, and I wasn't available. -With -- Well, right.

  • -And so -- -Well, we went --

  • -Thank you, yeah. -Yeah, no sure.

  • But that was Wiz. Second to you, so...

  • -And how was -- How was Wiz to work with?

  • -He was great. -I love him.

  • -He's wonderful. Best sense of humor.

  • Always -- Well, yeah. He's always laughing,

  • but I mean, I guess, we might know why?

  • -Yeah, usually when people are around him,

  • everyone's laughing. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • -He's always having a good time.

  • -It's great. I want to show everyone a clip.

  • Here's Hailee Steinfeld in "Dickinson."

  • Take a look at this.

  • [ Knock on door ]

  • -Emily!

  • [ Knock on door ] Emily, wake up!

  • [ Knock on door ] -Ugh!

  • -You have to go fetch water.

  • -It is 4:00 in the morning, Lavinia. I'm writing.

  • -Mother says you have to. I did it yesterday.

  • -[ Sighs ] Why doesn't Austin do it?

  • -Austin is a boy.

  • -This is such bull [bleep].

  • -Hailee Steinfeld, everybody.

-I want to start off by addressing

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Hailee Steinfeld Totally Takes Credit for Setting Up Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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