'The Truth About Love' by Pink is proving to be a full-fledged hit machine, and there's no sign of it stopping anytime soon. Leading off with the feisty, "typical Pink" track 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' before easing into the emotional, softer tones of 'Try' and 'Just Give Me a Reason,' the blush-hued songstress reconciles both ends of the continuum with her latest single, 'True Love.' And she does so with the company of the lovely Lily Allen!
Lily Allen does not censor herself on Twitter, a fact she's proud of, as evidenced by her Twitter profile description, "I can babble a little." So it's unsurprising that she had no qualms about posting her thoughts on abortion. Expressing those views yesterday on the social networking site brought a wave of backlash from angry fans who disagree with the 'Smile' singer.
Drug songs are inevitable in the music business, as many of our favorite stars have done a bit of dabbling and engaged in illicit behaviors from time to time. Drugs are a habit just like love, so it only makes sense that song would be written about 'em. Her
Just a few days after being named one of the Sunday Times' Top 50 Tweeters, Lily Allen created a minor controversy on the site when she reported a British soldier she thought had made racist and abusive remarks towards her, only to receive a deluge of angry tweets from users who felt she misinterpreted the man's comments. Bothered by the incident, she later tweeted that she would be taking a hiatus from the site.
Last night (May 29), singers Jessie J, Kylie Minogue, Kelly Rowland and Lily Allen, as well as 'Glee' starlet Lea Michele, gathered at the 2012 Glamour Women of the Year Awards. While not all of these ladies took home awards, they certainly dazzled on the red carpet with their fashion choices. Out of the five aforementioned songbirds, who gets your vote for best dressed at the event?