Allen's baking sought for appeal
Lily Allen has revealed that her baking talents are in demand for a Comic Relief version of The Great British Bake Off.
The Sheezus star told Jonathan Ross during a BBC Radio 2 Interview that she was a likely contender for the fundraising special of the popular show.
According to The Sun, Lily said: "I've been asked to go on Comic Relief Bake Off. I'm very good at it."
Lily added that her signature bake was "lemon polenta cake with creme fraiche on the side".
In previous years, Comic Relief and Sport Relief's celebrity specials of the competition have included Jo Brand, Claudia Winkleman, Alistair McGowan and Rochelle Humes.
Jonathan returned to Radio 2 for the first time in four years, to stand in for regular DJ Steve Wright, and was on his best behaviour but managed to offend Lily when he said she didn't have a "Beyonce voice".
She shot back: "How dare you."