In a dramatic move, [Allen] canceled her U.S. tour, citing boredom with herself. But instead of fleeing for home, she sought refuge in New York–after convincing her record company to put her up for a few weeks in a $10,000-a-month apartment filled with recording equipment overlooking the Hudson. The goal was to bang out her second album in peace. Though, she admits, “We’ve done nothing! All we’ve done is make YouTube videos for other peoples’ songs.”
We’re sure the finance employee who greenlit this expense is thrilled by this news–but really, Capitol shouldn’t be too worried. After all, they’ve got those Poison sales to make up for the money that Lily is plowing into her new, hopefully vlog-tastic ventures.
Lily Allen’s Escape to New York [New York]