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Thursday 21 August 2014

Talk about The Fear! Lily Allen posts hospital selfie with IV drip

Aishling Phelan

Published 08/05/2014 | 15:09

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Lily Allen posted a photo of herself in hospital on Instagram
Lily Allen posted a photo of herself in hospital on Instagram

Pop star Lily Allen sparked concern from her fans when she posted a selfie from her hospital bed.

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The pale-faced star looked dazed as she took the photograph with a drip in her arm.

'#SHEEzUS in #SHOSPITAL . I'm fine though guys, just need some fluids cause i can't keep anything down. #dramz.'

The singer posed make-up free after enjoying a week of partying and flying around the world.

She also shared a snap of several bottles of water on a side table, accompanying it with the caption, ‘‘#SHEEHYDRATING #poisoned.’’

This week saw the songwriter fly from New York to London as she partied at Firehouse Club and saw Miley Cyrus in concert.

She flew to New York for the Met Gala and attended its lavish after-party.

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Fans flooded her Twitter account with get well wishes.

‘‘Get well soon Lily! You may not be able to keep anything down but you album is going up and up #SHEEZUS,’’ said one Twitter follower.

‘‘Thanks for taking time for us fans yesterday even though you weren't feeling well! You're the best! Hope you feel better soon,’’ commented another.

The mother-of-two donned her usual eccentric attire for her event appearances this week.

She turned heads at Firehouse nightclub in the British capital in a colourful Chanel outfit smothered in black, red and white stars.

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She graced the Met Gala red carpet wearing a layered duck-egg blue dress by Chanel.

She mingled with the stars, even taking a selfie with superstar rapper Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

Despite staying for the after-party, she made it back to London on time for Miley’s gig.

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She recently announced she is teaming up with stars such as Chris Martin and Alesha Dixon to highlight the plight of dementia sufferers.

The celebrities have created a new advert to encourage people to become " dementia friends" to help boost volunteering, education and support for the growing number of people with the condition.

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