By Emma BarnettWomen's Editor. Allen belts out these words while surrounded by some scantily clad women shaking their asses. Sound familiar?
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It's not the kind of statement an artist typically makes when promoting a new project, and definitely not one you'd expect from a star like Allen. But she's no stranger to this business, and knows exactly what she's saying. While many of her contemporaries are perfectly protected, Allen has always delivered the antithesis, with her brute honesty and overly generous transparency.
Opening with background noise from what sounds like a protest, the political note is set from the off and the song takes swings at austerity measures, election losses and relationships exposed by the Leveson Inquiry. Allen, who told the Times she would vote for Gordon Brown inmakes things a little more explicit with the chorus. Cover up them cuts, look rational - know all about you and News International.
LILY Allen's forthcoming autobiography looks set to be one of the most explosive celebrity memoirs of the year, with the singer's revelations already making headlines worldwide. Released in Australia on October 5, in My Thoughts Exactly Allen details everything from a mid-air affair with an Oasis rocker to the time she headbutted Orlando Bloom at a Hollywood party. With interviews and excerpts from the tome now being published, it's clear Allen's not holding anything back about her tumultuous life.
Actually she mumbles out of the side of her mouth like an old-timey gangster, because a crouching makeup artist is hard at work on her face. Her team is prepping her for the Met Gala, to which she's wearing a Chanel gown. Just another day for a chart-topping pop star — but not for Allen, at least not for quite some time. She just dropped her newest album, Sheezusafter a five-year marriage-and-momhood hiatus following 's It's Not Me, It's You.
Read more: GoT prequel will have Starks and Direwolves. But because the internet has an infinite memory, many have noted that the majority of the sentiments in Lily Allen's song Alfiewritten about her baby brother inno longer apply. She penned the song for her first album Alright, Stilland it paints a picture of an slovenly young man, rather more concerned with sleeping all day, playing video games and smoking weed.
In the beginning, we find Allen stretched out on an operating room table, silently protesting criticism about her weight from her old white manager. We see women licking various objects as phallic symbols and spraying themselves with champagne; there are gratuitous close-ups that reduce women to jiggly butts and crotch shots. Men turn us all into asses and vaginas and boobs!