Lily Allen took to the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury festival on Friday night, where she performed tracks from her latest album ‘Sheezus’ alongside some of her earlier hits.
The singer arrived on stage wearing a colourful outfit and showing off a shocking pink hairstyle, while she paid tribute to her newly domestic life by having giant baby bottles on the stage with her, as well as dancers wearing dog masks.
However while a lot might have changed in her personal life since the last time she played at the Glastonbury festival, she proved she was still the same old Lily with her irreverent onstage banter with the crowd, and a foul-mouthed rant against Fifa boss Sepp Blatter.
Dedicating her single ‘F*** You’ to him, she branded him a “c***”, and suggested there was some “corruption” behind England’s early relegation from the 2014 World Cup, in addition to the team being “s***”.
That said, Lily did pay tribute to her new life as a wife and mother by performing one of her latest songs ‘As Long As I Got You’, which includes lyrics about “breakfast with the kids” and “only cooking from frozen”.
She also did an unexpected rendition of ‘Somewhere Only We Know’, the Keane track she covered for John Lewis’s Christmas advert last year.
Lily has been leaving the song out of her setlist when doing promo for her latest album ‘Sheezus’ and has admitted in interviews in the past that she doesn’t enjoy listening to it, though she put her own discomfort aside for the Glastonbury crowds.
Prior to the festival, Lily did a magazine interview with country music icon Dolly Parton, who is playing Glastonbury for the first time in 2014.