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Fellow celebrities like Justin Bieber and Emma Bunton have offered their condolences after learning that Lily Allen has lost her baby.
The singer is falling sick with 'viral infection' which forces her to cancel the performance at Grey Goose Character & Cocktails Elton John Aids Foundation winter ball.
'We are thrilled to announce that this year our dear friend Lily Allen will give us an exclusive performance,' 63-year-old John says in a statement.
She, however, realized her store would have to stock more sombre clothing to make a profit, saying 'Not everyone wants to dress up as a pig.'
Refusing to take advantage of his groupies, Drake wants a girl 'that's supportive and makes it easy to exist and laugh.'
Gaining 49 pounds while she was pregnant with little Ethan, Dannii Minogue says she hasn't exercised and hasn't stopped eating sweets to shed her weight.
Recognized for their songwriting skills, Elton John, Lily Allen and Sting receive the BMI honor at the October 5 ceremony.
On her Twitter page, the singer shares her illness, 'Have the sorest throat ever. It's woken me up and I can't get back to sleep. Can't swallow, might die.'
The decision to split was made because Jaime Winstone couldn't cope with the pressures of getting all the attention as a famous couple.
The 'Smile' hitmaker, who is currently carrying her first child with building contractor boyfriend, says she is in no rush to walk down the aisle because she wants to focus on motherhood first.
The soon-to-be-mother is enjoying sobriety during her pregnancy because it has made her realize a lot about some people she used to hang out with.
The singer feels like an elephant right now, but she gets occasional sexy pregnant day where she thinks she looks great.
Set to bid farewell to her fans with her final live performance on Friday night, September 10, Lily Allen is terrified by the prospect of her last gig.
'One little mistake, massively blown out of proportion. You're being WAY too hard on yourself,' she tells the rapper.
The screenplay, which is signed by the show creators J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof, went under the hammer at Profiles in History's Lost props and memorabilia sale on August 21.