Lily Allen jumped on the music scene in 2006 when Amy Winehouse's classic Back to Black album was released and the two ladies were acquaintances rather than close friends. In a new interview, Lily ... more 
Lily Allen jumped on the music scene in 2006 when Amy Winehouse's classic Back to Black album was released and the two ladies were acquaintances rather than close friends. In a new interview, Lily confessed that the late singer was too damn interesting for her own good and she had no idea how Miz Winehouse dealt with all the swarms of attention. The singer says, "What she had to deal with was 10 times anything I had to deal with. She'd sold a hell of a lot more albums than me and there was a lot more interest in her. There were people outside her home 24 hours a day, seven days a week. I know what that was like on a much smaller level, and I felt trapped." less 
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