Sharon Osbourne looks chic in a black coat as she steps out after seeing Lily Allen perform in 2:22 A Ghost Story  

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Sharon Osbourne looked chic as she stepped out after watching Lily Allen perform at 2:22 A Ghost Story at London’s Noel Coward Theater on Tuesday night.

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The 68-year-old television personality kept warm in a chic black wool coat with black straight-leg trousers and slip-on heels.

She styled her statement purple locks in an effortlessly chic side parting as she made her way to a waiting car.

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Looking good: Sharon Osbourne, 68, looked chic as she stepped out after watching Lily Allen perform in 2:22 A Ghost Story at London’s Noel Coward Theater on Tuesday night

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Lily, 36, looked generally stylish in a gray T-shirt and black mom jeans, which she paired with Prada chunky boots.

The singer-turned-actress was clad in a black coat as she walked from the stage door to a waiting car.

Lily protected herself from coronavirus as she wore a red, green and black checkered mask while carrying her belongings in a cream Fendi handbag.

Smile is receiving consistently positive reviews for her role as hitmaker Jenny – a married woman who believes her new home is haunted.

Fashion Forward: Lily, 36, looked generally stylish in a gray T-shirt and black mom jeans, which she paired with Prada chunky boots.

Fashion Forward: Lily, 36, looked generally stylish in a gray T-shirt and black mom jeans, which she paired with Prada chunky boots.

Stunning: The television personality kept warm in a chic black wool coat with black straight leg trousers and slip-on heels

Chic: She always manages to pull off a stylish outfit

Stunning: The television personality kept warm in a chic black wool coat with black straight leg trousers and slip-on heels

is going home!  Making her way to a waiting car she styled her statement purple locks in an effortlessly messy side parting

is going home! Making her way to a waiting car she styled her statement purple locks in an effortlessly messy side parting

She stars alongside former EastEnders favorite Jake Wood in the drama.

Last month, Lily faced a public shaming of a takeaway pizza company on Instagram by saying she was “not impressed” with their order. His social media page has since been deleted.

He shared a snap of his pizza order, writing in the caption: ‘Not impressed TBH’, before tagging the Pizza Pilgrims brand.

Done for the day: Singer-turned-actress Lily draped in a black coat as she leaned toward a waiting car by the stage door

Done for the day: Singer-turned-actress Lily draped in a black coat as she leaned toward a waiting car by the stage door

Stunning: Lily saved herself from coronavirus as she wore a red, green and black checkered mask while carrying her belongings in a cream Fendi handbag.

Stunning: Lily saved herself from coronavirus as she wore a red, green and black checkered mask while carrying her belongings in a cream Fendi handbag.

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!’

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]

Success: Smile continues to receive positive reviews for her role as hitmaker Jenny - a married woman who believes her new home is haunted

Success: Smile continues to receive positive reviews for her role as hitmaker Jenny – a married woman who believes her new home is haunted

Co-star: She stars in the drama alongside former EastEnders favorite Jake Wood

Co-star: She stars in the drama alongside former EastEnders favorite Jake Wood

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 would you say the same thing to a boy?’

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.’

Oh dear: Last month, Lily faced backlash for publicly shaming a takeaway pizza company on Instagram by saying she was 'not impressed' by her order

Oh dear: Last month, Lily faced backlash for publicly shaming a takeaway pizza company on Instagram by saying she was ‘not impressed’ by her order

Candid: She then shared another screenshot of someone who had messaged her saying her post could 'finish' the company and that it was 'brutal to business', before hitting back

Candid: He then shared another…

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