Lily Allen recovering from minor burns following ‘terrifying gas explosion’ in holiday caravan

Singer warns festival goers to be careful with gas stoves this summer

Lily Allen is recovering from minor burns following ‘a terrifying gas explosion’ in her holiday caravan.

The singer is unharmed, but warned festival goers this summer to be ‘”SO careful using gas stoves at anytime but especially during festival season when ones reaction times may be a little off.”

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Allen is currently on a camping trip in Gloustershire, reports the Daily Mail. She has been sharing images of the holiday on social media alongside the light-hearted hashtag #Glastonbury2015

Posting an image of her eyebrows to her instagram page, Allen detailed the incident which happened yesterday (June 20).

“I was in a gas explosion in my caravan today and I have minor burns and synged my eyelashes considerably. it was absolutely terrifying and I wouldn’t want anyone to go through anything similar. please be SO careful using gas stoves at anytime but especially during festival season when ones reaction times may be a little off. Feeling very grateful to be alive. Happy camping”

See her posts below.

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Lily Allen recently criticised Jay-Z‘s new music streaming platform Tidal, claiming that it will lead to more piracy and illegal downloading .

“I love Jay Z so much, but TIDAL is [so] expensive compared to other perfectly good streaming services,” Allen wrote on Twitter. “He’s taken the biggest artists & made them exclusive to TIDAL… people are going to swarm back to pirate sites in droves sending traffic to torrent sites.”

Allen continued: “Up and coming artists are going to suffer as a result. Maybe I’m missing something, and really it’s amazing and will change everything for the better.”

The singer later added that Spotify, Tidal’s main competitor, “is not the enemy of the artist”, before stating: “I don’t think music should be free, at all. But I’m afraid that we have to adapt as the world and technology advances… I care about the future of music, I care not for the current business structure.”