Perez Hilton reckons Lily Allen turned up late and drunk for her most recent New York gig:
"I didn't even wait this long for Justin Timberlake," griped one angry concertgoer.
And when she finally did get up for the horse and pony show, Lily was unprepared, unprofessional and ungrateful!
"She was so drunk that she forgot the words to several of her songs," one spywitness tells us. "She needed lyrics sheets to get her through the night."
Lily Allen, though, reckons on her blog that she wasn't:
Apparently, Allen is going to blog less on MySpace now because it was only ever a promotional tool in the first place ("it isn't fun any more"):
Because, of course, Allen is known for her political activism. It's curious why a woman who is happy to trade fame for large cheques from New Look, say, to promote some tshirts simultaneously maintains that she doesn't want to be in the magazines to which she grants interviews to promote said tshirts. It's one thing to avoid fame, it's quite another to play the celebrity press to sell your product and then complain about being in the press.
But maybe we're being unfair. Perhaps Now magazine keeps cutting out all the parts of the interview when Lily Allen suggests the solution for the Darfur crisis.