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Close Call

Lily Allen 'grateful to be alive' after gas explosion in Glastonbury caravan

She warned festival-goers to be careful with gas stoves.

Matt Crossick / PA Matt Crossick / PA / PA

LILY ALLEN HAS suffered ‘minor burns’ after being involved in a gas explosion in the caravan she staying in.

Allen is staying in the caravan at Worthy Farm ahead of the Glastonbury music festival, which kicks off this Wednesday.

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The singer posted a picture of her singed eyelashes and eyebrows on Instagram, and wrote:

It was absolutely terrifying and I wouldn’t want anyone to go through anything similar. Please be SO careful using gas stoves at any time but especially during festival season when one’s reaction times may be a little off.

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“Feeling very grateful to be alive,” she added.

Scary. Feel better soon, Lily!

- Written by Valerie Loftus and originally published on

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