Lily Allen reportedly ‘fell sick’ after her performance in 2:22 A Ghost Story on Wednesday.
The singer, 36, was absent from her co-star Jake Wood after she walked out of the Noel Coward theater on Wednesday.
It comes three days after Lilly shut down her Instagram page for publicly shaming a takeaway pizza company by saying she was ‘not impressed’ by its order.
What’s up? Lily Allen reportedly ‘fell sick’ after her performance in 2:22 A Ghost Story on Wednesday (pictured on stage in the play last month)
Jake rocked a dapper figure in a black suit as he left the theater on his way home after another spectacular performance.
The EastEnders star was seen posing with former co-star Matt Lapinskas, who played Anthony Moon on the soap.
Lily was noticeably absent as soon as Jake left the theater, with sources claiming that the singer had become ‘unwell’.
Leaving: The singer was absent as her co-star Jake Wood after she walked out of the Noel Coward theater on Wednesday, despite completing her performance that evening.
Friendly: Jake rocked a dapper figure in a black suit as he drove home from the theater before bumping into former EastEnders co-star Matt Lapinskas.
Back together: Matt, who played Anthony Moon on soap, was seen chatting with Jake outside the theater
Concerns: Lily was noticeably absent as Jake left the theater, sources claim singer became ‘unwell’
Despite his illness, the Not Fair hitmaker did manage to finish his show with some fans on Twitter praising his performance.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Lily Allen for comment.
It came as Lilly faced backlash for sharing a photo of her pizza order on social media Sunday night, writing in the caption: ‘Not impressed TBH’ before tagging the brand pizza pilgrims.
He then shared another screenshot of someone who had messaged him saying that his post could ‘finish’ the company and that it was ‘brutal to business’, before hitting back.
The follower wrote in his message: ‘Cruel to this business, publicly shaming them, oh!’
Oh dear: Lily faced backlash from social media users after she shared a snap of her pizza order criticizing the restaurant.
Candid: Star shared another screenshot of someone who messaged her saying her post could ‘finish’ the company and it was ‘brutal to business’, before hitting back
Lily then replied: ‘They shouldn’t be in the business of making pizza if it’s their dish. I have paid for it, I am in my right to express my displeasure. [sic]
The follower then said: ‘Absolutely, but your 1.1 million followers is a huge influence. Not to mention that they are probably trying to get back on their feet through lockdown and such. Maybe one inbox on his Instagram is enough, posts like this can kill him.
Lily typed back: ‘1.5 million. And I think you’re actually more interested in telling a woman that she shouldn’t express your opinion about this particular business. I get it all the time, and I know it when I see it. Ask yourself if you would say the same thing to a boy?’
Opinion: She later posted another story that read: ‘If you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform, block, ban or unfollow me’
Not Available: Lily has since deleted her Instagram page
She later posted another story that read: ‘If you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform, block, ban or unfollow me. The world is upset as f**k sometimes, and I’m not here for all those who kiss clothathon crap. We’re all doomed if you can’t say **t pizza over here.’
Lily has since deleted her Instagram page.
Lilly’s first West End show, 2:22 A Ghost Story, which opened on August 3, received high praise from critics, who praised the production’s “macabre playfulness” and her stellar stage presence.
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