Singer encourages Scottish boys to be more giving in bed

Lily Allen gave sex tips to the men at T In The Park this evening (July 12) – as she drew one of the biggest crowds of the weekend to the NME/Radio 1 stage.

The London singer introduced her closing song ‘Not Fair’ by asking the girls in the crowd if they, like her, got annoyed when not satisfied by their lovers.

After huge cheers from the ladies in the crowd she asked the boys to “show me your fingers”. She then gave advice to, “Think outside the box, yeah? Literally.”

Allen attracted an enormous audience to her show, during which she outlined her plans to have a big party later in the evening.

“So it’s the last night [of the 2009 festival], right?” she asked the crowd after opening with ‘Everyone’s At It’. “Are we going to have it? You’re not too tired?”

Later she again mentioned her partying plans. “I’ll be honest with you, we’ve been doing a two-week run of festival appearances, and after this I’ve got a three-day holiday,” she explained. “So I’m getting fucking pissed tonight. It’s like the last day of school.”

As well as playing older fan favourites ‘L.D.N.’ and ‘Smile’ Allen, wearing a leg-revealing outfit, earned huge cheers for her recent UK chart-topper ‘The Fear’ plus her version of Kaiser Chiefs‘Oh My God’ – originally a collaboration with Mark Ronson.

“Four years ago I played in a tent over there,” she said, recalling a past experience at the festival. “It was the best gig ever, and I’ve been back ever since. I love this festival and I love you guys.”

Before signing off with ‘Not Fair’ the singer sarcastically dedicated anti-fascist song ‘Fuck You’ to all the “judgemental… homophobic, racist dickheads”.

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Lily Allen played:

‘Everyone’s At It’
‘I Could Say’
’22’
‘Oh My God’
‘L.D.N.’
‘Go Back To The Start’
‘Littlest Things’
‘Smile’
‘The Fear’
‘Womanizer’
‘Fuck You’
‘Not Fair’

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