Lily Allen often considers putting an early end to her career as a pop star - because she doesn't feel as though singing is her passion.
The Smile singer, daughter of British actor Keith Allen, was catapulted to fame following the release of her 2006 album All right, Still - but the star has also explored other areas; launching a clothing line at U.K. fashion retailers New Look and hosting her own BBC TV talk show.
And she admits she could easily hang up her microphone for good.
She says, "Sometimes I feel like I've really had enough. I'm not someone who eats, lives and breathes music."