Lily Allen has been taken ill, with symptoms including a temperature and severe sickness.
Lily Allen ''can't stop'' projectile vomiting.
The 'Hard Out Here' hitmaker - who has just released her comeback album 'Sheezus' - appears to have caught food poisoning as she has a high temperature and has been sick several times.
She tweeted: ''I can't stop projectile vomiting,also temperature #poisoned (sic)''.
Lily first tried to keep her symptoms at bay with a healthy 'green' juice as she prepared to film an appearance on UK TV show 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man', but then resorted to drinking lots of water to flush the bug out of her system.
Alongside a picture of herself sipping a healthy-looking drink as she got her fingernails painted and her make-up applied, she tweeted: ''Prepping for chattyman feeling a little bit #QUEAZUS and very #SNEEZUS green juice emergency. (sic)''
And adding another picture of several bottles of water, she added: ''#SHEEHYDRATING #poisoned (sic)''
As well as feeling ill, the 29-year-old singer - who has daughters Ethel, two, and Marnie, 16 months, with husband Sam Cooper - is upset after she lost her camera at the Met Gala in New York on Monday (05.05.14).
She tweeted: ''Just unpacking and realised I lost my samsung galaxy camera 2 at the #Metball2014 if anyone finds it Holla. I'll buy you haribo for life (sic)''
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