When Olivia Rodrigo was invited to perform at the Glastonbury Festival in England on June 25, she brought out the perfect guest: Lily Allen, whom she described as “the most incredible songwriter, the most incredible artist, the most incredible person.” Allen, on the other hand, found the experience just as exciting. To quote her own words on Instagram, she was “quite emosh” afterward because she was unsure of how performing again sober would go.
‘I didn’t know whether I could do it sober again,’ Allen wrote at the time. “I thought it was all in the past,” Allen continued. In my opinion, it was the most wonderful day of my life. We’d like to thank @oliviarodrigo for having us. Glastonbury was a huge success for you. When it comes to my [microphone], who knows?
One of the reasons Allen’s Glastonbury performance was so meaningful to her was her two daughters, aged 10 and 9, with ex-husband Simon Cooper. In addition to calling out the Supreme Court justices who recently overturned the landmark reproductive rights case Roe v. Wade, she was able to bring her “babies” to the show. Despite the current state of affairs, she wrote on Instagram, “at least my babies got to see their mamma play and slay Glastonbury with their favorite pop star.” I, too, was overjoyed by the reaction of my family and friends.
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Has Spoken Openly About the Devastation that Substance Abuse Has Caused Her and Her Family. People Reports that In a January 2021 Interview on The Recovery Podcast, She Confessed, “I Felt so Guilty About Neglecting My Kids in Those Early Years of Their Life” She Said. “I Have a Wonderful Relationship with My Children Now,” I Said. Within a Year, She Called Quitting Drinking “the Best Thing” She’d Ever Done on Instagram.
The Singer Made It Clear that Her Return to Glastonbury’s Stage Was Also One of Her Proudest Achievements, as She Explained. when She Got Back to Her House, She Was “so Overwhelmed Watching This Stuff Back in The Car,” She Wrote on Instagram. … and Nearly Three Years of Sobriety Under My Belt… “I’m in A Great Mood.”
at One Point During Their Performance of “f*ck You,” Rodrigo Said She Was “going to Cry” and Would Remember the Moment for The Rest of Her Life, and It Was Clear that She Felt the Same Way.
Before the Show, Rodrigo Had Written Allen a Heartfelt Thank-You Note, Which She Included in Her Instagram Carousel Following the Show. in The Interview, the Young Star Expressed Her Gratitude to Allen for The Opportunity to Perform Alongside Her and Said She Had Been “so Inspired” by Her for A Long Time. Finally, She Thanked Everyone for Making the Day Memorable.
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