Hailee Steinfeld, FGL, Khalid, G-Eazy Share New Year’s Resolutions Ahead Of NYRE

Steinfeld, Florida Georgia Line, Khalid and G-Eazy will be performing at New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.

Hailee Steinfeld via ABC

The year is almost over, which means ABC’s iconic “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest” is almost here.

The star-studded affair will feature performances from Times Square, New Orleans and Hollywood.

Confirmed Hollywood performers include Kelly Clarkson, Kane Brown, BTS, Fitz and The Tantrums, Khalid, Marshmello, Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, Alessia Cara, Alesso, Florida Georgia Line, G-Eazy, Halsey, Portugal. The Man, Bebe Rexha, Hailee Steinfeld, watt and Zedd.

Ahead of the December 31 celebration, several of those performers met with ABC’s media team to offer brief comments about the event — and New Year’s Eve in general.

Hailee Steinfeld, Florida Georgia Line, Khalid and G-Eazy also revealed their New Year’s Resolutions.

They follow.

New Year’s Rockin’ Eve will air beginning at 8PM EST on December 31.

Hailee Steinfeld

I’m a very visual person when it comes to things like New Year’s Resolutions, so I like to make a vision board. On it, there’s a – it’s like a collage of a lot of things…the simple things like get more sleep, drink more water, eat healthier. Then there’s spend more time with the people that I love. Travel on my own time and really sort of take in where I am in the world. Where I get to work I think, but [also] really take time for myself…and, I don’t know. This year has a lot in store with the music, so I’m excited for that too. There’s some resolutions on that list as well.


Florida Georgia Line
Tyler Hubbard: The only resolution that BK and I have made in the last few years is to not have any New Year’s Resolutions. We just kind of live.
Brian Kelley: Cause we’ll break ’em!
Tyler: Yeah, that too. But that’s our resolution, and you know what, we’ve stuck to that. So…pretty proud of ourselves!


Usually, I plan a New Year’s resolution that I don’t follow through with. I’m terrible at planning things, but I’m extremely spontaneous, so I feel like that’s not a good mix. But, this year, my New Year’s Resolution…honestly, I’ve got to chop off a couple pounds…I’ve been gaining a little bit of weight. So, I’m going to hit the gym, but it’s only going to be for like the first week.


My New Year’s Resolution is just to level-up. To keep going harder every single year. I’m grateful for…everything 2017, 2016 and 2015 brought me, and the position that it’s put me in. So in 2018, I just want to level-up and go even harder.



Images/screens via ABC

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