She’s in the midst of a promotional tour for her new album.
Clearly pleased with her new extensions, the 33-year-old singer wore her glossy locks loose and tousled, allowing them to cascade down her back.
New look: Lily Allen found time to change up her look as she rocked much longer pink locks as she was pictured leaving the BBC Radio 1 studios in London on Tuesday
Lily kept the rest of her ensemble simple, donning a pair of cream jogging bottoms and black trainers.
Clashing with her vibrant locks, Lily also sported a bubblegum pink T-shirt that she wore beneath a black satin bomber jacket.
The Smile hitmaker added accents of red into her ensemble as she toted an oversized handbag and retro sunglasses – despite stopping out at night.
Changing it up: Lily had sported a bob for her appearance on ITV’s Lorraine earlier that day
Whilst Lily is a picture of confidence now, she previously admitted that she struggled with body issues, developing an eating disorder in her twenties.
Appearing on Tuesday’s instalment of ITV’s Lorraine, the singer, 33, also admitted she took desperate measures in order to prevent herself from consuming food.
Speaking to the Lorraine Kelly, the mother-of-two made the made the shocking admission: ‘I used to sleep for days so that I didn’t eat.
‘My relationship with my body was really not great in my twenties,’ Lily emotionally confessed.
Pink hair, don’t care: Clearly pleased with her new extensions, the 33-year-old singer wore her glossy locks loose and tousled, allowing them to cascade down her back
Track-suits you! Lily kept the rest of her ensemble simple, donning a pair of cream jogging bottoms and black trainers that she teamed with a pink T-shirt and a black satin bomber
Lily rocketed to fame with the overnight success of her 2006 album Alright, Still, a triumph that saw a love of raucous partying and string of celebrity spats quickly ensue.
And speaking candidly about the troubles at the top, Lily recalled: ‘There were things, questionable outfits and twitter spats.
‘I’ve written a book which lays it all bare, so when they (daughters Ethel, six, and Marnie, five) hit their teenage years and say «mum, you’re so embarrassing», I can say «just listen to this!»‘
Recently revealing her comeback album Sheezus, Lily spoke about her new music material: ‘It’s a very honest record (No Shame). It’s four years in the making and it’s really good!’
Vibrant: The Smile hitmaker added accents of red into her ensemble as she toted an oversized handbag and retro sunglasses – despite stopping out at night