Singer wounded in explosion: Lily Allen Explosion

Published: June 21, 2015

Singer wounded in explosion: Lily Allen Explosion, Lily Allen has reassured her fans she is OK after being involved in a gas explosion at Glastonbury .

The Hard Out Here hitmaker revealed she suffered minor burns during the accident in her own caravan.

Lily shared a snap of her face following the accident, showing her singed eyebrows and eyelashes and flushed complexion.

“I was in a gas explosion in my caravan today and I have minor burns and synged my eyelashes considerably,” the star explained.

“It was absolutely terrifying and I wouldn’t want anyone to go through anything similar.

“Please be SO careful using gas stoves at anytime but especially during festival season when ones reaction times may be a little off.

“Feeling very grateful to be alive. Happy camping.”

The star arrived on the campsite last night ahead of the festival next weekend.

Keen camper Lily shared a snap of her friend cosying down in her caravan last night, before sharing a snap of her view from the window this morning.

Lily’s Glasto set was one of the highlights of the festival last year.

Despite the heavens opening and an electrical storm cutting previous act Rudimental’s set on the Pyramid stage short, it was like singer Lily had a word with the dude upstairs. Rainbows shot over Glastonbury when she finally skipped onto the stage half an hour late.

Flanked by giant baby bottles (“it’s cos I’m a mum, yeah?”) and playing the LDN riff on a baby’s mobile, there was only one song to open her set. Wearing a pink strapless top and gold patterned skirt Lils trilled out one of her biggest hits first and said: “Alright Glastonbury! Thank f**k for that! The rain stopped just in time.

“Last time I was here and on this stage was five years ago and it was the night I first got together with my husband. Five years later and he’s here with my two beautiful babies. I love y’all so much,” before dedicating You Saved Me From Myself to them.

Lily Allen Explosion

Lily Allen Explosion

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