DICKINSON: Hailee Steinfeld Is “Freaking Out” About Adele

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On Demand Entertainment published this video item, entitled “DICKINSON: Hailee Steinfeld Is “Freaking Out” About Adele” – below is their description.

Hailee Steinfeld is back as Emily in the third and final series of Dickinson on Apple TV+. She says the decision is “bitter sweet” and reveals she’s so excited about Adele’s new album, like the rest of us! Report by Lucy Jones.

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