Lily Allen has revealed she's back in the recording studio.
The Smile singer previously insisted she had no plans to make another album after the release of her second, It's Not Me, It's You, in 2009.
But Lily, who gave birth to baby Ethel last year, revealed on Twitter: "You will be pleased to know that I am currently in the f***ing studio with @GregKurstin."
Producer Greg worked with Lily on It's Not Me, It's You, which included the singles The Fear and Not Fair.
Lily, 27, played down her return to recording, adding: "No big deal really, I'm just throwing s*** at the wall and seeing if anything sticks."
The star also gave her opinion on tax avoidance, an issue which has hit the headlines with comedian Jimmy Carr's financial arrangements.
She tweeted: "How are tax avoiders 'the moral equivalent of benefit cheats'? Surely they're a hundred times worse?"