Kate Moss, Mark Ronson watch Lily Allen’s live return

Star-studded audience for singer's London show

Lily Allen played her first hometown gig of 2009 last night (January 28) at the London KOKO venue, joined by a plethora of stars in the audience including Kate Moss, Mark Ronson, Miquita Oliver and her actor brother, Alfie Allen.

During the set the singer gave a shout-out to Ronson and had a pop at recent US President George W Bush before playing ‘Fuck You’, a song from her new album, ‘It’s Not Me, It’s You’.

As well as new material and older hits including ‘Smile’, Allen played a cover of Britney Spears‘Womanizer’ as part of her encore.


She also acknowledged the similarity between new song ‘Who’d Have Known’ and Take That‘s ‘Shine’, saying, “This song was written by me… and Take That.”

The singer later gave a shout-out to her ex-boyfriend, Seb Chew, who played a DJ set before she took the stage to play in front of the packed crowd.

Lily Allen played:

‘Everyone’s At It’


‘I Could Say’


‘Not Fair’

‘Fuck You’

‘Who’d Have Known’



‘Never Gonna Happen’

‘Go Back To The Start’

‘Littlest Things’


‘The Fear’


‘It’s Not Me, It’s You’ is released on February 9.


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