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Friday 6 March 2015

Lily Cooper sets comeback date?

Lily Cooper looks set to release new music in 2014
Lily Cooper looks set to release new music in 2014

Lily Cooper has hinted she is planning to release new music early next year.

The 28-year-old singer - formerly known as Lily Allen - announced her retirement from music in 2009 and is now mum to 21-month-old Ethel and seven-month-old Marnie.

But in response to a Twitter message from blog Popjustice, telling her to put a single out and make it amazing, Lily replied "April March".

The Smile singer has been hinting at a return for some time.

Last year she confirmed she had been back in the recording studio with longtime collaborator Greg Kurstin.

She also worked on a track with Pink and performed live with her last August at a gig in Los Angeles.

And in February this year she performed her hit Smile at the Etam lingerie show in Paris, during Paris Fashion Week.

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