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Lily Allen Singer

Lily Rose Beatrice Allen, born on 2 May 1985, is an English singer-songwriter and actress. She is the daughter of actor Keith Allen and film producer Alison Owen. Allen’s musical journey commenced in 2005 when she signed with Regal Recordings and began sharing her vocal recordings on the social networking site Myspace. The popularity of her music led to airplay on BBC Radio 1. Her debut commercial single, “Smile,” released in 2006, swiftly climbed to number one on the UK Singles Chart by July of that year and earned double platinum certification from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Her first studio album, “Alright, Still” (2006), delved into ska and reggae, receiving acclaim from critics, peaking at number two on the UK Albums Chart, and selling over 2.6 million copies worldwide. The album also garnered a Grammy Award nomination for Best Alternative Music Album and produced hit singles such as “LDN” and “Alfie.”

With her second studio album, “It’s Not Me, It’s You” (2009), Allen transitioned towards electropop. The album debuted at the top of the UK Albums Chart and the Australian ARIA Charts, earning continued critical praise for its musical evolution and maturity. It spawned popular singles including “The Fear,” “Not Fair,” and “Fuck You.” Allen’s success led her to win the Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist at the 2010 Brit Awards. She and Amy Winehouse were acknowledged for kickstarting a movement that led to the media label “year of the women” in 2009, with five female artists nominated for the Mercury Prize, recognized for their experimentalism and fearlessness.

Allen’s subsequent albums, “Sheezus” (2014) and “No Shame” (2018), achieved further success, with “Sheezus” topping the UK Albums Chart once again and “No Shame” reaching number eight.

Beyond music, Allen ventured into various other endeavors, hosting her television talk show, “Lily Allen and Friends,” on BBC Three in 2008, and establishing her record label, In the Name Of, in 2011. In 2018, she released her autobiographical book, “My Thoughts Exactly.” As an actress, Allen starred in the 2019 film “How to Build a Girl” and made her West End debut in the play “2:22 A Ghost Story” in 2021, earning a Laurence Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress.

Hammersmith, London, England

Hammersmith, London, England

Name

Date of Birth

Birth Place

Profession

Education

Citizenship

Career

Net worth

Lily Rose Beatrice Allen

2 May 1985

Hammersmith, London, England

Singer , Actress

N/A

England

1998–present

1.1 billion USD (2024)

Musical career

 

Genres

 

  • Pop
  • Popelectropop

Instruments

  • Vocals

Parents

  • Keith Allen (father)
  • Alison Owen (mother)

Spouses

  • Sam Cooper
    ​(m. 2011; div. 2018)
  • David Harbour
     (m. 2020)

Children

2

Relatives

  • Alfie Allen (brother)
  • Kevin Allen (uncle)

Music Career

2001–2008

During her family’s vacation in Ibiza, Allen informed her mother that she would be staying with friends, but instead remained in Sant Antoni de Portmany. At the age of 15, she earned money by working at a Plastic Fantastic record store and selling ecstasy. It was in Ibiza where she met her first manager, George Lamb. Her early involvement in music included recording vocals for “On Me Head Not Off Me Head” written by her father for the film Mike Bassett: England Manager in 2001, as well as being featured in the 2002 song “Who Invented Fish and Chips” by her father’s group Fat Les. She began working with music producers and recorded a demo, but faced rejection from several labels due to her drinking habits and being Keith Allen’s daughter.

Eventually, Allen used her father’s connections to secure a deal with London Records in 2002. However, after the executive who signed her left, the label lost interest, leading Allen to leave without releasing the folk songs she had recorded. She briefly pursued horticulture to become a florist but ultimately returned to music. Allen started writing songs and was introduced to production duo Future Cut in 2004. They collaborated in a small studio in the basement of an office building.

In 2005, Allen signed with Regal Recordings, receiving £25,000 to produce an album. However, the label could not provide substantial support due to their focus on other releases. Allen turned to Myspace to share demos, which gained significant attention. Limited edition vinyl singles of “LDN” were quickly sold out, and Allen released two mixtapes to promote her work. The Observer Music Monthly took notice in March 2006, leading to Allen’s mainstream coverage.

The success on Myspace convinced her label to grant her more creative control over her debut album. Allen collaborated with producers Greg Kurstin and Mark Ronson, finishing the album in two weeks. “Alright, Still” was released in July 2006, featuring singles like “Smile” and “LDN.” The album received positive reviews and commercial success, leading to its US release in January 2007. Allen’s performance at the Glastonbury Festival in 2007 and her collaboration with Mark Ronson further elevated her profile in the music industry. She also contributed to charity events, including a benefit concert for War Child.

2008–2018: Fearless

After the release of her debut album, Allen’s parent record company, EMI, underwent changes when it was taken over by Terra Firma. Concurrently, she switched her management company from Empire Artist Management to Twenty-First Artists, though her core team remained intact. Initially, at the behest of her record company, Allen attempted to create her next album with various writers and producers, without success. Eventually, she returned to Greg Kurstin, who had contributed to her debut album, “Alright, Still.” The album, titled “It’s Not Me, It’s You,” was produced by Kurstin at Eagle Rock Studios in Los Angeles. Before reuniting with Kurstin, Allen co-wrote the songs for the album with him, marking a departure from her previous approach of writing lyrics for finished tracks. She aimed to create more expansive and ethereal songs, expressing a desire for integrity and continuity throughout the album. Allen released demos of two new songs on her Myspace page and planned a mixtape to showcase her new direction.

During this period, Allen faced various controversies and setbacks. She cancelled a scheduled appearance at the 2008 Isle of Wight Festival due to album delays, and her public image was tarnished by photos of her intoxicated at the Cannes Film Festival and the 2008 Glamour Awards. However, she continued to engage with her music career, delivering an emotional performance at the Glastonbury Festival in 2008 and releasing “It’s Not Me, It’s You” in February 2009. The album debuted at number one in the UK, Canada, and Australia, and number five in the United States. Its lead single, “The Fear,” topped the UK charts for four weeks, while “Not Fair” reached the top ten. Allen embarked on her “It’s Not Me, It’s You World Tour,” which lasted until September 2010. Her collaboration with Kurstin earned her Songwriters of the Year at the 2010 Ivor Novello Awards, among other accolades.

Following the success of “It’s Not Me, It’s You,” Allen explored acting and philanthropy. She announced a hiatus from music in 2009 and made her last performance for two and a half years in 2010. During this period, she featured on Professor Green’s single “Just Be Good to Green” and began writing songs for the musical adaptation of “Bridget Jones’s Diary.” Additionally, her verse from “Who’d Have Known” was used in T-Pain’s single “5 O’Clock,” which achieved commercial success in the United States. In 2012, Allen returned to the studio with Kurstin to work on new music, later changing her professional name to Lily Rose Cooper. However, she reverted to Lily Allen in 2013 and released a cover of Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know” for charity. She continued to release music and engaged in philanthropic efforts, contributing to the John Lewis Christmas advert and performing at the Glastonbury Festival.

Following her third album, “Sheezus,” Allen faced personal and creative challenges, leading to an “identity crisis.” She returned to the studio to work on her fourth album, “No Shame,” which was released in June 2018. The album, which explores themes of motherhood, marriage breakdown, substance abuse, and social issues, received positive reviews for its mature lyrical content and artistic evolution. Allen embarked on a worldwide tour to promote “No Shame.”

2019–present

In April 2019, Allen announced on Beats 1 radio that her upcoming album would be a “concept album.” Later, in March 2020, she clarified that while the album touches on her past addictions, it primarily reflects her current mental state. She stated, “I’ve been writing for just over a year, but I feel like I’ve moved on mentally so far from that time.”

At the Glastonbury Festival 2022, Allen made a notable appearance during Olivia Rodrigo’s set, performing “Fuck You” as a protest against the 2022 Supreme Court ruling on abortion rights. Described as a “thrilling and furious” moment by The Guardian, Allen’s performance carried a strong message. Reflecting on the event later, Allen expressed uncertainty about performing sober again, as she had been nearly three years sober at the time.

In late 2022, Allen reserved five weeks in a music studio to work on her music, but she found the process “contrived,” and felt the material wasn’t ready for release. As of 2024, she has recorded approximately 50 songs for her next music project, which she continues to develop.

Acting Career

In June 2021, Allen announced her starring role as Jenny in the West End play 2:22 A Ghost Story, set to premiere at the Noël Coward Theatre on August 3, 2021. Directed by Matthew Dunster and written by Danny Robins, the play marked Allen’s debut in the theater world. Annabel Nugent, reviewing for The Independent, praised Allen’s portrayal of Jenny, noting her ability to convey both exhaustion and fear with subtle nuance, adding depth to the character’s perspective.

In 2022, Allen received a Laurence Olivier Award nomination for Best Actress for her performance in the play and also secured a WhatsOnStage Award for her outstanding portrayal. The following year, she took on a role in The Pillowman at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London, garnering mixed reviews from critics.

Allen’s foray into acting began with an appearance as a lady-in-waiting in the 1998 film Elizabeth, which was co-produced by her mother. She later portrayed Elizabeth Taylor in How to Build a Girl in July 2019, alongside her brother Alfie.

In April 2023, Allen starred alongside Freema Agyeman in Sharon Horgan’s comedy-drama Dreamland for Sky Max. The series, developed from a short featuring Morgana Robinson aired in 2017, showcased Allen’s versatility as an actress.

Personal life

Allen has been candid about her harrowing seven-year ordeal with stalking and its profound impact on her life. The torment began in 2008 when her stalker, Alex Gray, initiated contact through a series of menacing tweets under the handle “@lilyallenisRIP,” claiming authorship of her song “The Fear.” His relentless pursuit escalated with threatening letters sent to various locations connected to Allen, including her residence, boutique, and management office. Gray’s actions culminated in alarming incidents such as intruding into her home while she slept, compelling Allen to relocate for her safety.

Despite Allen’s pleas for assistance, she faced frustration and disbelief from law enforcement, prompting criticism of the Metropolitan Police’s handling of the case. Finally, in April 2016, Gray was convicted of burglary and harassment, leading to an indefinite hospital order and stringent legal restrictions to safeguard Allen’s well-being.

The traumatic experience exacerbated Allen’s emotional struggles, coinciding with her divorce and prompting her to withdraw from public life. Her album No Shame emerged as a cathartic outlet, allowing her to confront and process her trauma through music. In 2017, Allen revealed her diagnosis of bipolar disorder, shedding light on her mental health journey.

Allen’s journey to self-acceptance has also involved grappling with body image issues exacerbated by industry pressures. She candidly discussed her battle with Adderall addiction in 2014 to cope with weight loss demands, ultimately embarking on a path to recovery.

Her commitment to privacy led Allen to take legal action against Associated Newspapers for publishing intrusive photographs of her home in 2010, citing privacy violations and copyright infringement.

On the personal front, Allen’s romantic relationships have been marked by profound challenges and heartbreaks. Following a miscarriage in 2008, she experienced a tumultuous relationship with musician Ed Simons before finding love with Sam Cooper. Tragically, Allen suffered a stillbirth in 2010, further compounded by a viral infection and subsequent post-traumatic stress disorder diagnosis. Her marriage to Cooper ultimately dissolved amid personal struggles and infidelity revelations.

In a surprising turn of events, Allen found love again with actor David Harbour, tying the knot in a spontaneous Las Vegas ceremony in 2020. Despite her tumultuous journey, Allen remains steadfast in prioritizing her children and navigating the complexities of life with resilience and grace.

Politics and Activism

Allen identifies as a socialist and has been a vocal supporter of the Labour Party. She once encouraged a parliamentary rebellion against former Prime Minister Gordon Brown by lobbying members of parliament to back an amendment requiring a reward scheme for home production of renewable energy. Despite criticism, she affirmed her support for Labour and Gordon Brown.

In response to the British government’s proposed three-strikes policy for file sharing copyright infringement, Allen advocated for disconnecting repeat offenders. She launched a blog, “It’s Not Alright,” against file sharing, though it later emerged that she had used unattributed text from an interview with 50 Cent. This led to accusations of copyright infringement against Allen for her earlier mix tapes.

Allen was part of a digital musical petition released in October 2009, aimed at pressuring world leaders to act on climate change at the Copenhagen summit. The petition featured a cover of Midnight Oil’s “Beds Are Burning.”

During the 2016 London assembly and mayoral elections, Allen announced she would give “half her vote to the Women’s Equality Party.” She expressed support for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn in 2016, amid resignations from his cabinet and a leadership challenge.

Following the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, Allen criticized mainstream media for downplaying the death toll, suggesting it was closer to 150 than the official figure of 17. The final death toll was 72.

In the 2019 UK general election campaign, Allen praised the Labour Party manifesto and declared “Tories OUT.” Her political views and activism have often sparked controversies, including disputes with other musicians and a 2007 arrest for allegedly assaulting a photographer. Despite these controversies, Allen remains outspoken about her political beliefs and social causes.

Lily Allen Discography

CategoryQuantity
Studio albums4
Music videos21
EPs2
Singles23
Promotional singles2

Studio Albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positionsSalesCertifications
  UKAUSBEL (FL)
Alright, StillReleased: 13 July 20062724
 Label: Regal   
 Formats: CD, LP, digital download   
It’s Not Me, It’s YouReleased: 4 February 2009115
 Label: Regal, Parlophone   
 Formats: CD, LP, digital download   
SheezusReleased: 2 May 20141431
 Label: Regal, Parlophone   
 Formats: CD, LP, digital download   
No ShameReleased: 8 June 20188841
 Label: Parlophone   
 Formats: CD, LP, digital download  

Extended plays

TitleDetails
F.U.E.P.Released: 31 March 2009
 Label: Capitol
 Format: Digital download
Paris Live SessionReleased: 24 November 2009
 Label: Regal
 Format: Digital download
Spotify SessionsReleased: 28 April 2014
 Label: Regal
 Format: Digital download
Spotify SinglesReleased: 26 September 2018
 Label: Regal
 Format: Digital download

As Lead Artist

TitleYearPeak chart positionsCertificationsAlbum
  UKAUSBEL
“Smile”200611427
  BPI: 2× PlatinumRIAA: GoldAlright, Still
“LDN”639
  BPI: Gold  
“Littlest Things”21
“Alfie”200715[D]
  BPI: Silver  
“Shame for You”
“The Fear”2008135
  BPI: PlatinumARIA: PlatinumIt’s Not Me, It’s You
   MC: Gold 
“Not Fair”20095312
  BPI: PlatinumARIA: Platinum 
   IFPI SWI: Gold 
“Fuck You”10423114
  BPI: PlatinumARIA: Gold 
  BEA: GoldIFPI SWI: Gold 
  SNEP: Gold  
“22”14123423
  BPI: SilverARIA: Gold 
“Who’d Have Known”3954
“Somewhere Only We Know”20131
  BPI: 2× Platinum Sheezus
“Hard out Here”9142478
  BPI: SilverARIA: Platinum 
   BVMI: Gold 
“Air Balloon”2014715
  ARIA: Gold  
“Our Time”4360
“URL Badman”93
“As Long as I Got You”45
“Trigger Bang”2017
“Lost My Mind”[42]2018
“What You Waiting For?”2019

As featured artist

TitleYearPeak chart positionsCertificationsAlbum
  UKAUSBEL
“Who Invented Fish & Chips?”200286
“Oh My God” (Mark Ronson featuring Lily Allen)200787219
“Drivin’ Me Wild” (Common featuring Lily Allen)56
“Beds Are Burning” (with various artists)2009
“Just Be Good to Green” (Professor Green featuring Lily Allen)2010549
“5 O’Clock” (T-Pain featuring Wiz Khalifa and Lily Allen)20116295
“True Love” (Pink featuring Lily Allen)20131653
“Cigarettes & Cush” (Stormzy featuring Kehlani and Lily Allen)201730
“Heaven’s Gate” (Burna Boy featuring Lily Allen)2018
“Roll the Dice” (Shy FX featuring Stamina MC and Lily Allen)
“1%” (Oscar Scheller featuring Lily Allen)2019
“Sweet Like Chocolate” (DJ Spoony featuring Lily Allen)
“Plain” (Benee featuring Lily Allen and Flo Milli)2020

Promotional Singles

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
  UK 
“The Fear (The People vs. Lily Allen)”2010It’s Not Me, It’s You
“Back to the Start”  
“Sheezus”2014113Sheezus
“Higher”2018No Shame
“Three”  
“Family Man / Mad World” Non-album single

Other Charted Songs

TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
  UKBEL (FL) Tip
“Cheryl Tweedy”2006153
“Absolutely Nothing” 136
“Everyone’s at It”2009117
“Dream a Little Dream”201314416
“L8 CMMR”20144

Guest Appearances

TitleYearAlbum
“Lights Go Down”2006Crazy Itch Radio
“Bongo Bong and Je Ne T’Aime Plus” Rudebox
“Wanna Be”2007Maths + English
“Rawhide” “Sheila” single
“Everybody’s Changing” The Saturday Sessions: The Dermot O’Leary Show
“Don’t Get Me Wrong” Radio 1 Established 1967
“Never Miss a Beat”2008Off with Their Heads
“Always Happens Like That”  
“Straight to Hell” (with Mick Jones)2009War Child Presents Heroes
“Mr C” (backing vocals for Nina Nesbitt)2014Peroxide
“Shelter You” Tarka & Friends: Life
“King Many Layers” (with Fryars) The Boy in the Hood
“Something’s Not Right”2015Pan: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
“Little Soldier”  
“Something Better” (with S-X)2018Reasons

Music Videos

Music Videos by Lily Allen

TitleYearDirector(s)
“LDN” (version 1)2006Ben Jones
“Smile” Sophie Muller
“LDN” (version 2) Nima Nourizadeh
“Littlest Things”  
“Alfie”2007Sarah Chatfield
“The Fear”2008Nez
“Not Fair”2009Melina Matsoukas
“Fuck You” Arnaud Boutin, Camille Dauteuille and Clement Dozier
“22” Jake Scott
“Who’d Have Known” James Caddick
“The Fear (The People vs. Lily Allen)”2010Unknown
“Hard out Here”2013Christopher Sweeney
“Somewhere Only We Know” Unknown
“Air Balloon”2014That Go
“Our Time” Christopher Sweeney
“Sheezus” Ruffmercy
“URL Badman” The Sacred Egg
“As Long as I Got You” Christopher Sweeney
“Going to a Town”2017Bafic
“Trigger Bang”2018Myles Whittingham
“Lost My Mind”  

Music Videos as Featured Artist

TitleYearDirector(s)
“Who Invented Fish & Chips? (Who Invented Poo?)”2002Unknown
“Oh My God”2007Nima Nourizadeh
“Drivin’ Me Wild” Chris Robinson
“Just Be Good to Green”2010Henry Scholfield
“5 O’Clock”2011Erik White
“True Love”2013Sophie Muller
“Cigarettes and Cush”2017Daps
“Heaven’s Gate/Sekkle Down”2018Dan Emmerson
“Roll the Dice” Louis Browne

Other Appearances

TitleYearDirector(s)
“Vindaloo”1998Unknown

Tours

Headlining:

  • Still, Alright? (2007–08)
  • It’s Not Me, It’s You World Tour (2009–10)
  • Sheezus Tour (2014–15)
  • No Shame Tour (2018–19)

As a solo supporting act:

  • Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz Tour (North America, 2014)

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
2023DreamlandMel6 episodes
2019How to Build a GirlElizabeth Taylor 
2011Lily Allen: From Riches to RagsHerselfTV series documentary
2009NeighboursHerselfGuest starring, soap opera (1 episode)
2008Lily Allen and FriendsHost (Herself)Talk show
2007Saturday Night LiveMusical Guest (Herself)“Drew Barrymore/Lily Allen” (Season 32; Episode 12)
2007The Big Fat Quiz of the YearHerself 
2006Never Mind the BuzzcocksGuest panelist (herself)Series 19, Episode 6
1998ElizabethLady in Waiting 
1988The Comic Strip Presents…Child in Promo“The Yob” (Season 4; Episode 4)

Awards & Nominations

YearNominee / WorkAwardResult
2007Lily AllenBritish Breakthrough ActNominated
  British Female Solo ArtistNominated
 Alright, StillBritish Album of the YearNominated
 “Smile”British Single of the YearEliminated
2010Lily AllenBritish Female Solo ArtistWon
 It’s Not Me, It’s YouBritish Album of the YearNominated
 “The Fear”British Single of the YearNominated
2015Lily AllenBritish Female Solo ArtistNominated
2019Lily AllenBritish Female Solo ArtistNominated
2008Alright, StillBest Alternative Music AlbumNominated
20222:22 A Ghost StoryBest ActressNominated
2008“Smile”BMI Pop SongWon
 2010“The Fear”Won
 2012“5 O’Clock” (with T-Pain & Wiz Khalifa)Won
 2015“True Love” (with Pink)Won
2006Lily AllenBest Pop ArtistWon
2009“The Fear”Top Hot Dance Club Play TrackNominated
2014Lily AllenBest ComebackNominated
2019HerselfArtist of the YearPending
 No ShameAlbum of the YearPending
 “Lost My Mind”Single of the YearPending
 My Thoughts ExactlyBook of the YearPending
2018Lily AllenBest SingerNominated
2009It’s Not Me, It’s YouBest AlbumWon
 “Not Fair”Best SingleNominated
  Best Music VideoNominated
 Lily AllenBest Female ActNominated
 “Fuck You”Anthem of the YearNominated
2014Lily AllenUK Recording Artist FemaleWon
2010It’s Not Me, It’s YouFonogram Award for Best International Modern Pop/Rock AlbumNominated
2006HerselfBest Foreign Female ActNominated
2019Lily AllenBest International Solo ArtistNominated
2008Lily AllenEditor’s Special AwardWon
  Best UK Solo ArtistWon
  Best TrackWon
2007Lily AllenThe Artist Campaign AwardWon
  Album Title Q1 Alright StillWon
  Album Title Q4 Its Not Me Its YouWon
 Lily AllenBest Video Clip – Fuck YouWon
  Songwriters of the Year with Greg KurstinWon
 “The Fear”Best Song Musically and Lyrically with Greg KurstinWon
  PRS for Music Most Performed WorkWon
2007Lily AllenBest International New ArtistNominated
2018No ShameMercury PrizeNominated
2007Lily AllenBest International FemaleWon
  Nominated 
2009“The Fear”Indie/Rock/Pop AwardNominated
2010“Just Be Good to Green”The RCD Award (Radio / Charts / Downloads)Nominated
2007“Smile”Spankin’ New ArtistNominated
2006Lily AllenBest UK & Ireland ActNominated
  Artist ChoiceNominated
  Best New ArtistNominated
 “Smile”Best New Artist VideoNominated
  Best Reggae VideoNominated
2009“The Fear”Best Pop VideoNominated
2007Lily AllenInternational ArtistNominated
  Nominated 
2007Lily AllenWoodie of the YearNominated
 “Smile”Viral WoodieNominated
  Music Video Production Awards 
  Best Director of a New ArtistWon
2007Lily AllenUK Marketing Campaign of the YearWon
 NME Awards  
 NME Awards USA  
2008Lily AllenBest New International/Indie Alternative Solo ArtistNominated
 Shockwaves NME Awards  
  Best Solo ArtistNominated
  Sexiest WomanNominated
  Worst DressedWon
  Alright, StillNominated
2008Lily AllenBest Band BlogNominated
2010Giving It Back Fan AwardWon 
2011Lily AllenBest Band BlogNominated
2014Lily AllenBest Solo ArtistWon
  Hard Out HereNominated
  Best TrackNominated
  Best VideoNominated
2018“Trigger Bang” (with Giggs)Best CollaborationNominated
 NRJ Music Awards  
2007Lily AllenInternational Revelation of the YearNominated
2010 International Female Artist of the YearNominated
  International Song of the YearNominated
 Popjustice £20 Music Prize  
2006“Smile”Nominated 
2009“The Fear”Nominated 
 Premios Oye!  
2007Alright, StillEnglish Breakthrough of the YearWon
 Q Awards  
2006Lily AllenBest New ActNominated
2007“Alfie”Best VideoNominated
2009“The Fear”Best TrackWon
 Rober Awards Music Poll  
2009Lily AllenGuilty PleasureNominated
 Teen Choice Awards  
2007Lily AllenChoice Music: Breakout Artist – FemaleNominated
 The Sun’s Bizarre Awards  
2006Lily AllenBest New ActWon
 The Record of the Year Awards  
2006Lily AllenSmile – 9thNominated
2009 The Fear – 5thNominated
 TMF Awards  
2006Lily AllenBest International New ArtistNominated
 UK Festival Awards  
2006Lily AllenFestival Pop ActNominated
  Festival Breakthrough ActNominated
2007Lily AllenFestival Pop ActNominated
2009Lily AllenFestival Fitty of the Year – GirlsWon
 UK Music Video Awards  
2008“Oh My God” (with Mark Ronson)Best Visual Effects in a VideoNominated
2009“The Fear”Best Art Direction in a VideoNominated
  “22”Nominated
  Best Telecine in a VideoNominated
  “Fuck You”Nominated
 Best Visual Effects in a VideoNominated 
 Urban Music Awards UK  
2006Alright, StillBest AlbumWon
  Lily AllenBest Crossover Chart Act
 Virgin Media Music Awards  
2009It’s Not Me, It’s YouBest AlbumNominated
  “The Fear”Best Track
  Lily AllenHottest Female
  Twit of the YearNominated
 Vodafone Live Music Awards  
2007Lily AllenBest Female LiveNominated
 World Music Awards  
2014HerselfWorld’s Best Female ArtistNominated
  World’s Best Live ActNominated
  “True Love” (ft. Pink)World’s Best Song
  “Somewhere Only We Know”Nominated
  “Hard Out Here”Nominated
  World’s Best VideoNominated
 Žebřík Music Awards  
2006HerselfBest International DiscoveryNominated
  Best International FemaleNominated
2009Lily AllenBest International FemaleNominated
  Theatre awards 
20222:22 A Ghost StoryBest Actress in a PlayWon
 Other  
2018My Thoughts ExactlyBook of the YearNominated
  GQ Men of the Year Awards 
2009Lily AllenWoman of the YearWon
  Highstreet Fashion Awards 
2008Lily AllenBest Dressed CelebrityNominated
  Morgan Awards 
2009Lily AllenBest InsultWon

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Table of Contents Update : 5/1/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Lee Se-mi 이세미 (Actress) Lee Se-mi, a versatile talent hailing from South Korea, embodies the essence of multi-faceted artistry, showcasing her prowess as an actress, model, singer, and host. […]