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Best of 2010: Lily Allen's Year of Career Highs and Personal Heartbreak

Biggest Headlines of 2010: Lily Allen's Year of Career Highs and Personal Heartbreak

We're looking back at the biggest headlines of 2010, and we'll be revealing more throughout the month of December. Here's one of the stories that created the most buzz over the past 12 months and don't miss the rest of our Best of 2010 coverage across the network!

Lily Allen had a very successful year in her career, earning Brits and Ivor Novellos, and starting her own vintage clothing store. Personally, however, she's had a difficult last couple of months due to some heartbreaking news. Here are the headlines of her 2010:

Lily Allen kicked off the year in Australia, learning she was nominated for three Brit Awards in the sunshine. Back in Britain at the ceremony, she picked up her first Brit. She was nominated for two Ivor Novello awards too, and took home three — the two she was nominated for plus the songwriter(s) of the year gong! Later in the year Lily sang the chorus on "Just Be Good to Green" by Professor Green, and she appeared on stage with him in October.

Lily and her man Sam Cooper were one of my favourite couples of Glastonbury Festival, and during the Summer they were also spotted at the Cricket where Lily was upset by the match fixing scandal. In August she was thrilled to announce her pregnancy, though sadly the couple lost their baby in November.

Fashion became a big part of Lily's life this year and in February she joined Kate Moss at London Fashion Week. She hung out with best buddy Miquita Oliver at a Matches party, and in September she previewed her vintage clothing store Lucy in Disguise in Selfridges. The main store opened later in the Autumn. September's Fashion Week led to Lily sitting front row at lots more shows, and she crossed the Channel to appear at Paris Fashion Week too. We wish Lily a healthy and much happier 2011.

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