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Lily Allen has foul-mouthed response to Tier 2 announcement

Julia Hunt
·Contributor
·1-min read

Watch: Lily Allen responds to the tier 2 lockdown rules

Lily Allen had a foul-mouthed response after it was confirmed that parts of the country would move into the second tier of coronavirus restrictions.

The government announced this week that London and other areas would move into Tier 2 from Saturday, meaning tighter controls such as a ban on households mixing indoors.

After the news was announced, Allen posted a clip on Instagram of her singing “F*** you, Tier 2.”

Screengrab from Lily Allen Instagram
Screengrab from Lily Allen Instagram

Staring into the camera, the star repeated the line twice.

"Who are you, Tier 2? What do you mean?" she added.

Allen, who married Stranger Things star David Harbour earlier this year, is often outspoken online.

English singer Lily Allen hosts the Cultura Inglesa festival at the Latin American Memorial in Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 9, 2019. (Photo by Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)
Lily Allen (Van Campos/Fotoarena/Sipa USA)

In November, the pop star shared a video of herself seeming to tear up as Jeremy Corbyn launched Labour’s manifesto.

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In an exaggerated whimper, she gushed: “Guys I've just watched the Labour manifesto.”

Dabbing her eyes, she added, “I think it's the best manifesto I've ever seen.”

And earlier this month she joked that she should join subscription service OnlyFans after Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s suggestion that people are having to “adapt” the jobs they do as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Read more: Lily Allen: I am quitting the internet, it's not good for me

Sharing a clip of the interview, Allen captioned it: "*gets several implants and starts OnlyFans*."

Watch: Lily Allen and David Harbour tie the knot