Lily Allen - 'Sheezus'

Lily Allen - 'Sheezus'

Lily Allen’s third album arrives following an odd publicity campaign that’s mostly consisted of her apologising for it. When a fan tweeted that her first new material in five years was “docile pop rubbish”, she agreed, saying her label...

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Live review: Lily Allen & Dizzee Rascal

Live review: Lily Allen & Dizzee Rascal

Paraded off the stage on two huge gold thrones, the reigning couple of pop chink champagne flutes and lap up the adulation after a world-shaking ‘Bonkers’/‘Smile’ mash-up brings their co-headlining gig to a spectacular and fitting...

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Lily Allen

Lily Allen

As the first of the bad girls through the door, it’s hard to know what Lily Allen’s done more for, feminism or pop music. A quick Top 40 history lesson to demonstrate. Pre-Allen: Joss Stone, Katie Melua, KT Tunstall, Amy ‘Frank’ Winehouse;...

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Lily Allen

Lily Allen

Embarrassing chat show host, drug spokeswoman, winner of the 2008 Nipple Flasher Of The Year Award: it’s easy to forget what Lily Allen was famous for in the first place. And comeback single ‘The Fear’ does little to help lyrically – its...

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Lily Allen

Lily Allen

It’s easy to forget Lily Allen was an amazing pop star before she became a gossip headline. Funny, clever and vital, that she birthed a clutch of poor imitators – the inglorious Mini Allens – speaks volumes. ‘I Could Say’ and ‘I...

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Lily Allen/New Young Pony Club: Leadmill, Sheffield, Saturday, October 28

Lily Allen/New Young Pony Club: Leadmill,...

Some people are just pricks. David Cameron? Prick-tastic. Kim Jong Il? Prickalicious. Pete Wentz? Oh, totally pricktacular. And the four meat-headed and veg-brained myrmidons performing a fun-abortion on tonight’s gig by endlessly chanting Lily...

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Lily Allen: Alright, Still

Lily Allen: Alright, Still

Lily Allen is like the perfect modern pop star.She’s the photogenic, self-styled Queen Of Blogs with quips a-go-go (think Vicky Pollard getting hold of Julie Burchill’s razor-deadly Biro). She’s an unrelenting, media untrained 21-year-old...

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Lilly Allen: Smile

Lilly Allen: Smile

Being daughter of British thespian Keith Allen, young Lily’s recording career should feature her turning up for a one-verse cameo on every record recorded in the UK in the last two decades. Luckily, she’s decided to make proper records instead...

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