Lily Allen blames her own struggles with sexuality for her feud with Cheryl

Lily Allen blames her own struggles with sexuality for her feud with Cheryl

Lily Allen has made an explanation to Cheryl after her infamous, decades-long feud.

In her new memoir, Exactly my thoughtsAllen writes that her own conflicts with self-image and sexual frustration made her feel insecure compared to other female pop stars around her.

"I was frustrated, I was struggling with my own problems around sexuality, I've never had an orgasm," she writes. "And then there were those adorable girls – my colleagues, colleagues, so to speak, and colleagues – who undress and be loved and rewarded with wild devotion, I could not stand it."

"Sorry, Cheryl, I was angry because I had not come yet, it was ridiculous, I met Cheryl because she insulted me after I provoked her, you can see how it can be done, this playground game."

The feud started in 2006 when Allen released a track titled "Cheryl Tweedy," in which she sang, "I wish my life was a bit less dodgy / Why am I always so greedy? / Wish I looked exactly like Cheryl Tweedy. "When Cheryl initially interpreted the song as free, Allen replied in a blog post," Cheryl, I do not really want to look like you. "I was ironic, nobody really wants to look like you, they just think they do do. "

If that Girl loud Singer was later interviewed during an interview with Chef Gordon Ramsay about his comments on the comments The F-wordshe repeated Ramsay's own words about the musician and branded Allen a "Chick with a D ***".

Allen responded in an open letter to Cheryl, in which she wrote, "Cheryl, if you're reading this I may not be as pretty as you, but at least I write and sing my own songs without the help of Auto-Tune Saying, getting undressed, doing sexy dancing and marrying a rich footballer has to be very satisfying, your mom has to be so proud. "

But in the years that followed, Allen had regretted the case and told it Q magazine 2014: "I wish it would not have happened, I like Cheryl, she's good at The X Factor, she's pretty and she has balls, I like women who do well."

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