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Wednesday 27 May 2015

Lily Allen planning twerk video

Lily Allen's new music video will reportedly feature naked twerking
Lily Allen's new music video will reportedly feature naked twerking

Lily Allen is planning to come back with a bang - with a music video featuring naked twerking.

The 28-year-old singer - who took a four-year break to become a mother - has hired six scantily-clad backing dancers for the video for new single Hard Out Here, according to The Sun.

Lily apparently wants her spoof video of nudity and twerking to be a statement, mocking pop stars who use sexuality to promote their music.

A source said: "She hired six bikini-clad female dancers to twerk while pouring champagne over their bodies. It's a jab at music videos made by pop stars like Rihanna and Miley Cyrus.

"Lily stays covered up while the under-dressed girls dance around her. It's a video that will get a lot of people talking and announce in a big way that Lily's back."

Hard Out Here is Lily's first solo single in more than three years.

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