Lily Allen got involved in a Twitter argument with a user who suggested she was ''horny'' for James Corden on her TV show 'Lily Allen And Friends' in 2008, but she claims the comedian was flirting with her and she felt compelled to go along with it in front of the studio audience.
The 'Smile' singer made the comments after defending herself to a Twitter user who suggested she had been ''horny'' for the 39-year-old comedian in a clip from the BBC Three show which was posted on the micro-blogging site and shows them engaging in sexual banter.
Lily, 32, insists she felt pressurised to go along with James' flirting in front of the studio audience because she felt that if she hadn't she'd have been deemed ''cold'' or ''snobbish'' by viewers and those watching the filming.
Replying to the Twitter use, who wrote, ''Well, you were horny for James Corden so...'' she fumed: ''No, I wasn't horny for James cordon either, he came on to me in front of a studio audience, if I'd have shut him down, I would have been labeled cold or up myself or snobbish. (sic)''
In the footage, Jame is seen telling Lily how ''lovely'' he thinks she is, before adding: ''Listen, just ignore all those people there...''
The pop star then interrupts him to say: ''Just f**k me.''
Lily then says: ''Thank you very much, that's how you get in some girls' pants!''
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