Lily Allen
Lily Allen

Lily Allen gets "confused" about pubic hair

LILY Allen admits she had no clue whether to shave or keep the hair around her bikini line because each boy she hoped to impress had different preferences.

The 'Hard Out Here' singer had no clue whether to shave or keep the hair around her bikini line when she was growing up because each boy she hoped to impress had different preferences.

Speaking at the Vogue Festival in London, Lily said: "Can we just talk about pubic hair? Being a teenager I was endlessly confused from one boyfriend to the next. They wanted completely different things (down there) One said no, another wanted her it jazzy. They probably didn't know what they liked really."

Lily - who has two children, Ethel, two, and 14-month-old Marnie, with her husband Sam Cooper - also defended Madonna's controversial decision to post a picture of her hairy armpits to Instagram last week, but admitted she won't be following suit.

She mused: "I don't have a problem with it but I shave mine otherwise I you'd get quite sweaty."

Meanwhile, Lily touched on Anna Wintour's controversial decision to feature Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on the April issue of American Vogue magazine, insisting the decision will be good for sales figures.

She mused: "There is no time for irony, it is like 'what the f**k is going to sell?'. That is it. And I bet you it is the biggest selling cover they have had in five years."



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