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Lily Allen ‘collapsed at Glastonbury’

Published 05/07/2015

Lily Allen
Lily Allen

Lily Allen reportedly had to be given oxygen at Glastonbury after partying hard with friends.

The Smile singer attended the British festival last weekend with friends to watch the likes of Kanye West and Florence and the Machine take to the stage. But after partying with her pals, the 30-year-old reportedly collapsed in the VIP area and had to have medical assistance.

“She was out of it, she didn’t know where she was. Her friends were saying, 'You all right?' and trying to give her water,” an eyewitness told British newspaper The Mirror.

Her horrified friends allegedly picked her up and placed her on the back seat of a nearby car as festival security guards summoned paramedics. Once the medical team arrived, they wrapped her in a foil blanket and gave her oxygen. Her husband Sam Cooper then drove her away according to reports.

However a spokesperson for the singer played down any issues that may have occurred at the event.

“She is totally fine and had a great Glastonbury,” they told the outlet.

While Lily hasn’t commented on the claims, she openly supported the Yeezus star’s headlining spot by burning an anti-Kanye flag which she came across while walking around the campsite.

“the flag said F**K OFF KANYE .so I burned it till it said just KANYE . Don't go for dinner at someone's house and tell them their food sucks.i should be clear that this picture was taken BEFORE Kanye played on Saturday (sic)" she wrote alongside an image of her burning the flag on Instagram.

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