'Hard Out Here' hitmaker Lily Allen has admitted she ''banned'' the use of the internet and social media in her home, and hopes ''all the bad things'' she's said are hidden by the time her daughters are old enough to go online.
Lily Allen has ''banned'' the internet and social media in her house.
The 'Hard Out Here' singer has admitted she doesn't want her too very young daughters - Ethel, two, and 18-month-old Marnie - discovering the controversial things she has said and hopes it will be hidden by the time they ''are old enough to Google''.
Speaking on BBC Radio 1 today (15.07.14), she said: ''We ban all social media, all internet is banned in our house.
''I'm just trying to say as much stuff as I possibly can so that when my kids are old enough to Google, all the bad things have got so far back in the internet they're on page 7,465,000.''
Lily has also revealed in the past that she has had to ''tone it down'' when it comes to her performances because husband Sam Cooper doesn't think it's appropriate for their children to see.
She previously admitted: ''He's told me to tone it down now I'm a mum. On my last tour, when I sang 'Not Fair', I used to act out fellatio using my microphone.
''Recently I have been rehearsing for this new tour and Sam said, 'You're not doing that thing again are you?' I said not if he didn't want me to. And he said no as he didn't think it's good for the kids.' ''
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