'Lily Allen's stopped taking my calls' - Mark Ronson

Producer thinks he won't be working on 'Alright, Still' follow up

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Lily Allen and collaborator Mark Ronson are at loggerheads, despite the superstar DJ/producer's contributions to the singer's 2006 debut album 'Alright, Still'.

Ronson has said he will not work on Allen's next record as she appears to have shut him out.

Lily has been working on her new album, but I’m probably not going to be on it as she hasn’t been returning my calls," Ronson told The Sun. “Most of the people I work with, I’m lucky enough to be friends with too. But then you never really know what’s going to happen after.”

Rumours of a split between the two started when Allen failed to show up for a scheduled guest spot with Ronsonat this year’s Electric Proms.

“She didn’t come but she had another commitment and she explained why and it’s fine," said Ronson. “I’m not going to lie and say I wasn’t disappointed but it’s not like she just didn’t show up or something.”

Meanwhile Allen has been recording the album in New York with Future Cut as well as with Greg Kurstin.

The LP is due sometime in 2008.

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