While Lily Allen's new face has sparked the rumor of plastic surgery procedures, she has only admitted to undergoing liposuction on her bum previously.
Lily Rose Beatrice Allen is an English singer-songwriter and actress. Her music career began in 2005, when she made some of her vocal recordings public on Myspace, resulting in BBC Radio 1 broadcast and a deal with Regal Recordings.
In July 2006, her first popular single, Smile, debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart. Moreover, her debut album, Alright, Still, was warmly appreciated, selling over 2.6 million copies worldwide and earning her Grammy, Brit, and MTV Video Music Awards nominations.
Recently, Lily Allen's stunning appearance has piqued the interest of her fans and followers. Many people believe she has changed drastically over the year and her new face seems completely unnatural. As a result, they have been curious to know if she underwent plastic surgery procedures to enhance her appearance. Well, here is what we know about her transformation.
Lily Allen Previously Revealed She Underwent Plastic Surgery (Liposuction) a Couple of Times!
Lily Allen (@lilyallen) previously claimed that she has undergone plastic surgery (liposuction) on her bum many years ago and was so embarrassed when her lover at the time asked what the scars were that he even imagined she had a hip replacement. Later, when the singer took to Instagram on 6 April 2021 to perform a Q&A, she wasn't scared to answer fans' questions about her cosmetic enhancement.
When one follower asked: 'Ever had any cosmetic procedures?, Lily replied: 'Yeah I had lipo once on my bum many years ago. Another fan questioned: 'You have such a good body, what's your workout routine?', to which she responded: 'Well I just do a workout online with my personal trainer and I do that five times a week.'
Lily Allen before and after plastic surgery.
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According to Lily Allen, no one is safe from the pressure to appear skinny. The first scene of her music video for Hard Out Here features her lying on an operation table. The 38-year-old actress went on to say that she was motivated after considering plastic surgery after the birth of her first child in 2011. She even had gone to see a plastic surgeon where she was instructed to reshape her thighs, bum, knees, back, and stomach.
When Lily Allen became pregnant with her second child, her desire to get plastic surgery was canceled. The message of the music video was also about the industry's desire for women to be physically attractive and hence slimmer. At the time, she explained:
The video is meant to be a lighthearted satirical video that deals with objectification of women within modern pop culture. If I was a little braver, I would have been wearing a bikini too, but I do not and I have chronic cellulite, which nobody wants to see.
More About Lily Allen: Threats, Personal Life & More!
Lily Allen has spoken up about her seven-year stalking ordeal and how it affected her life. Alex Grey, Allen's stalker, initially contacted her in 2008 when he sent her a series of tweets claiming to have created her song The Fear using the Twitter handle @lilyallenisRIP. He then wrote threatening letters to her residence, clothing store, record label, and manager's office.
In October 2015, he sent an email to his mother in which he stated his intention to murder a celebrity. He then spent nights in Allen's back garden, broke into her bedroom while she was sleeping, and eventually forced Allen to move. Allen has slammed the Metropolitan Police for their slowness in the matter, which included refusing to offer her a picture of her stalker, loan her a panic alarm before taking it back, and refusing to think stalking events were linked.
Lily Allen recently got diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
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Grey was convicted of burglary and harassment in April 2016. And on June 10, Judge Martyn Barklem sentenced him to an indefinite hospital order at Harrow Crown Court. Grey was also served with a restraining order and barred from entering the London Boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham or Kensington and Chelsea.
Following the stalker incidents, Lily Allen isolated herself, fearing that "nobody was taking me seriously because the police weren't taking me seriously." This coincided with her divorce, in which she claims "everyone sided with [Cooper]", and her album No Shame became an outlet for her troubles. Later, in February 2017, she stated that she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Later, Lily Allen gave an interview in January 2021 about how she became hooked on the prescription drug Adderall in 2014 to lose weight before supporting Miley Cyrus on her Bangerz tour. When she was tempted to use heroin, she began her road to recovery. Furthermore, she has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in 2023.