Lily Allen admits to searching for herself on Google

Singer also wants Kate Nash to star in film about her life

Lily Allen‘s guiltiest pleasure is searching for herself on Google, reports The Guardian.

Allen‘s admission follows the news earlier this week Metro that the singer used the search engine in order to work out how she drunkenly got home from an awards ceremony in 2008.

“I don’t remember what happened. I woke up the next day and there was a party at my house. Mark Ronson, Alan Carr and Jonathan Ross had been there because Alfie [Lily‘s brother] had brought them back. I’d passed out in bed and thought ‘How did I get home?’ I Googled myself,” she told the newspaper.

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Allen, who is currently at Number One in the UK Official Singles Chart with ‘The Fear’, also told The Guardian that she wants Kate Nash to play her in a film about her life.

Elsewhere in the interview, she said her dream dinner party guests would be “Jesus, Sarah Palin, John Peel, Pol Pot, Frank Sinatra, Dolly Parton and Steed Malbranque [Sunderland football player]”.

Her biggest disappointment, meanwhile, was “the Brit Awards 2007″, where she was nominated for three awards but won none.

She also admitted “I don’t get The Rolling Stones“, and stated that she’d like ‘If There Is Something’ by Roxy Music played at her funeral.

Lily Allen‘s second album ‘It’s Not Me, It’s You’ is released on Monday (February 9).

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