Lily Allen stunned admirers with a bold wardrobe.
The Smile hitmaker, 38, has just taken on a new duty.
She garnered rave accolades for her performance as Katurian in Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman at The Duke of York Theatre in London.
When she’s not dressed up, she’s been serving out the most memorable costumes, one of which left little to the imagination.
The LDN singer posed for photos on social media while wearing a see-through outfit.
Lily wore a dazzling long-sleeved shirt with no bra underneath in the first outfit.
She added a pair of high-waisted black knickers to preserve her modesty, while the orange feather design around the skirt drew everyone’s attention.
Lily didn’t stop there, as she also showed off a white maxi dress with cut-outs at the waist and a lace two-piece.
‘Everyday i’m rufflin’ , Everyday I’m rufflin’ . Some Stage for looks for your perusal, only 2 more weeks ! [sic]’, Lily’s caption read.
Her fans and famous friends were keen to shower her with compliments in the comments.
‘Loving the feathers ❤️’, wrote Alan Carr.
‘Tens across the board 👏💗’, praised one fan.
‘You always look really stylish and beautiful 😍🥰🖤🤍💛’, said another.
While Lily’s performance in the theatre has received a lot of attention, her personal life has been difficult.
The artist recently confessed that her profession had left her “weary and lonely,” as well as preventing her from seeing her kids for two weeks.
Lily has two children from her previous relationship with builder Sam Cooper: Ethel, 11, and Marnie, 10.
They now share parenting duties with Lily’s new husband, David Harbour.
Lily, who shared a photo, expressed how much she missed her ‘bubbas’ while they were away at summer camp and how she was busy hitting the boards.
She wrote: ‘Hello Monday. 1 month to go of The Pillowman. Missing home, missing my bubbas who are both at summer camp, haven’t even spoken to them for 2 weeks! tired and lonely but the Banya always manages to get my blood going and lift my spirits.’
Along with Steve Pemberton and Paul Kaye, Lily plays the lead in the production.
Her character is a horrific and disturbing story writer who gets captured and imprisoned by the state, which will have been a lot of fun for her to dig her teeth into.
The drama hasn’t stopped on stage, as there was a panic at one concert when an audience member fell.
Lily, being the nice egg that she is, interrupted the performance so that they could receive medical assistance.
According to one theatregoer, Lily was delivering her monologue when she abruptly stopped after seeing a woman get ill.
‘Lily was amazing and raised the alarm immediately and called for the play to be stopped.
‘The woman was helped out of the theatre and appeared to be alright,’ they added to The Sun.
A spokesperson for the production confirmed: ‘A member of the audience was taken ill during yesterday afternoon’s performance of Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman at the Duke of York’s Theatre.
‘The show was stopped, and the patron was taken to hospital. The show was resumed after around 30 minutes.’
Source My Celebrity Life.