Lily Allen threw her dad a party which got ''pretty weird'' on Saturday night (31.08.13).
The 'Not Fair' singer threw a celebration for her actor father, Keith - who recently turned 60 - which saw some traditional family entertainment courtesy of her uncle, who belted out a Frank Sinatra classic.
She posted on Twitter: ''I threw my dad a party last night. it got pretty weird. my uncle singing ''My Way'' IN WELSH, at 2am was probs the high point. All downhill from there (sic)''
The 28-year-old star - who has two daughters, 20-month-old Ethel, and seven-month-old Marnie with her husband Sam Cooper - is usually the more sensible member of her family, and at the end of July issued a plea for people to find her father after he went wild at Latitude festival in England.
She tweeted: ''If you're at Latitude and you see my dad, tell him he'll be 60 in a month and that it's time to go home. He's been there since Wednesday.''
Lily was also looking for a drinks sponsor for his 60th birthday party at the same time.
She tweeted: ''Think I might need a drinks sponsor for my dads 60th ... @grantsvodka do you wanna help my dads friends get drunk?''
She added the alcohol brand would receive ''lots of pictures with people from the 90's posing with your beverages'' in return for free products.
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