Lily Rose Beatrice Cooper (nèe Allen), better known as Lily Allen is an English singer-songwriter, recording artist and fashion designer.
CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH
Allen was born to parents comedian/actor Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen. She is one of four, as she has two sisters - Sarah and Rebecca - and a brother Alfie.
Allen went to thirteen expesive-fee paying public school and was expelled from the majority of them for drinking and smoking.
2002-2008: CAREER BEGINNINGS, ALRIGHT, STILL AND TELEVISIONEdit
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2008-2009: IT'S NOT ME, IT'S YOUEdit
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2009 ONWARDS: MUSICAL HIATUS AND 'LUCY IN DISGUISE'Edit
Allen decided to go on a musical hiatus in early 2010. During the autumn of 2010, Allen opened a fashion rental shop "Lucy in Disguise" with her sister Sarah, followed by the 2011 launching of her own record label. She then later announced in 2011, that if she was ever to return to the music industry it would be under her married name Lily Cooper.
PERSONAL LIFEEditAllen married builder Sam Cooper in June 2011. At the reception she announced she was pregnant again, after suffering a miscarriage earlier that year.
- "Littlest Things"
- "Shame For You"
- "The Fear"
- "Not Fair"
- "Fuck You"
- "Who'd Have Known"
- "Back to the Start"
- "Oh My God" (Mark Ronson feat. Lily Allen)
- "Drivin' Me Wild" (Common feat. Lily Allen)
- "Just Be Good to Green" (Professor Green feat. Lily Allen)