Lily Allen was born in 1985 and at only 27 and a successful singer, song-writer, actress, fashion designer and now mother; one might assume that Lilly Allen could be a lot older than her years. Her parents are Keith Allen and mum, film producer Alison Owen.
Lily Allen fought her way to the top to get recognised by the music industry and after initially not satisfied in the speed of her record label; she finally achieved recognition through MySpace and the defining moment was playing at the infamous Yo-Yo at Notting Hill Arts Club.
Mike Ronson spotted a star in the making and flew Lily Allen over at his own expense after he heard her first song: “Smile”. Mark Ronson and Lily collaborated on her song "The Littlest Things" which made her a household name and then her grime/reggae/ska influenced hit single “LDN” made her stand out in the UK Chart. “Alright, Still” became a huge commercial success and made it in the Top 20 on the US Billboard Chart.
Lily Allen covered many hit tunes by other top artists. Her most famous version of Kaiser Chiefs “Oh My God” proved a big hit while other cover versions of indie kids The Kooks and Blondie were amongst her repertoire of music.
Going from zero to hero so quickly, the paparazzi were quick to criticise her, and her outlandish behavior. By her second album, Lily Allen had grown had grown up – and so had her music. "It's Not Me, It's You", "Fuck You", "The Fear" and "Everyone's At It" were the results of her life journey.
Later on, Lily Allen announced her departure from the music scene in the late 2009 and went on to marry Sam Cooper. In June 2012 she announced that she was pregnant and had also began working on new material