She's certainly led an eventful life so far, and now we'll hear about it all in Lily Allen's own words.
The London pop star has signed a deal to publish her memoir in 2018 with Bonnier Publishing imprint Blink. The as-yet-untitled book will see her write about "the trauma and grief of losing a child, the highs and lows of fame, her family story, growing up in Britpop, Glastonbury and the infamous Groucho club, as well as about "the rebellion of her youth", money, co-dependency, drug and alcohol dependency, eating disorders, marriage, separation, recovery, motherhood and "moving forward with her life"."
Allen herself has said that some of the book "might be uncomfortable and shocking and brutal."
Her last album was 2014's 'Sheezus'.