Lily Allen Suffers Miscarriage, Justin Bieber Sends Prayers to Her

Lily Allen Suffers Miscarriage, Justin Bieber Sends Prayers to Her

Fellow celebrities like Justin Bieber and Emma Bunton have offered their condolences after learning that Lily Allen has lost her baby.
Lily Allen has miscarriage after pregnant for about six months. "It is with great sadness that we have to confirm that Lily Allen and Sam Cooper have lost their baby," her representative confirms to People. "The couple ask that their privacy be respected and that they be left alone at this deeply distressing time."

Her friends have reached out to her and given support for the British singers. Even Justin Bieber whom she took a swipe on by saying she had "no idea who he was," offers his condolences. Some of his Twitter followers made inappropriate comments about her loss probably to take revenge on her, but Bieber has no hard feeling for Allen. He wrote on his own page, "Just heard the news. my prayers go out to lily allen and her family."

The other celebrities who send prayers for Allen include Myleene Klass and Emma Bunton. Klass tweeted, "Lily Allen and her partner Sam. I am so truly sorry and sad for you both and your family." And Bunton posted, "Thinking of Lily Allen and her partner at this very sad time. Sending them lots of love." Denise van Outen also offered her sympathy, "Such sad news about Lily Allen and Sam. My heart goes out to them."

Before the miscarriage was announced by her publicist, Allen had been ill with a viral infection and was forced to cancel her performance at the Grey Goose Character & Cocktails Elton John Aids Foundation winter ball over the weekend. She then was taken by ambulance to hospital after experiencing stomach cramps. While doctors were still helping her, she asked support from her fans, tweeting "say a little prayer" on that day.

This is the second time Lily Allen suffered miscarriage. The "Smile" hitmaker was previously left heartbroken when she lost her baby while still dating The Chemical Brothers star Ed Simons in 2008.

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