In “22,” Lily Allen’s latest video from her February release It’s Not Me, It’s You, the outspoken Brit (herself currently 24 years old) ponders the vagaries of single-ladydom in a club bathroom with a host of other party girls jostling for space at the mirror.
Watch below, as Lily vacillates between sleek, glamorous nightbird and mascara-smeared, woeful-and-wobbly drunkypants, and tell us, does her behavior — and the song’s lyrics — ring true? Is it the next single you would have picked from the album? Let us know in the comments section below:
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