Lily Allen publicly turns down Piers Morgan’s offer to appear on ‘Life Stories’ TV show

The host says the singer will 'crack eventually'

Lily Allen has publicly snubbed TV host Piers Morgan, after refusing to appear on his ‘Life Stories’ programme.

The singer took to social media recently, tweeting that she had turned down an “annual” invite for the show. Tweeting directly to Morgan, Allen added: “It’s still a no from me, but thanks again.”

Piers Morgan has replied to Allen’s messages by tweeting: “No problem @lilyallen – we both know you’ll crack eventually. #LifeStories”. See the tweets in question beneath.

Meanwhile, Allen recently revealed how she also declined an invite to participate in the recording of the Band Aid 20 single last year.

Speaking in interview with the Daily Mail , Allen said that she chose to donate money to the fight against Ebola as opposed to joining the likes of Bono, Chris Martin, One Direction, Sam Smith and Paloma Faith in recording an updated version of the 1984 single ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’.

“I got an email asking me to do it,” Allen explained. “It’s difficult to explain why I didn’t do it without sounding like a complete cunt. I prefer to do my charitable bit by donating actual money and not being lumped in with a bunch of people like that.”

Adding that she was not bothered about upsetting Band Aid organiser Bob Geldof, Allen continued: “It’s like the success club and I’m not really in that club. I don’t think I’m above it all – I’m way below it. But there’s something a bit smug about it.”