Lily Allen continues to showcase her lockdown greys as she sings about dying her locks and hair loss

She recently joked she’s become a ‘granny’ when she unveiled grey streaks in her mane.

And Lily Allen continued to showcase her natural tresses as she sang about getting rid of her silver strands in an Instagram post shared on Tuesday.

While examining her ‘do, the musician, 35, poked fun about her ‘hair loss’ as she joked ‘there’s nothing I can do about my bald patches’. 

Candid: Lily Allen continued to showcase her natural tresses as she sang about getting rid of her silver strands in an Instagram post shared on Tuesday

In her typical deadpan fashion, the media personality revealed she’s set to give herself a makeover, days before hair salons reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Smile hitmaker belted: ‘Today I’m gonna get rid of all these greys there’s nothing I can do about my bald patches.’

The songstress embraced her clear and radiant complexion as she went make-up free for the video.  

Elsewhere in the clip, she shared her thoughts on the Let The Music Play campaign – an initiative to encourage the government to help rebuild the live music sector after a series of tours and concerts were cancelled due to COVID-19. 

Light-hearted: While examining her 'do, the musician, 35, poked fun about her 'hair loss' as she joked 'there's nothing I can do about my bald patches'

Light-hearted: While examining her ‘do, the musician, 35, poked fun about her ‘hair loss’ as she joked ‘there’s nothing I can do about my bald patches’

Lockdown look: The media personality recently joked she's become a 'granny' when she unveiled grey streaks in her mane

Lockdown look: The media personality recently joked she’s become a ‘granny’ when she unveiled grey streaks in her mane

The relaxing of lockdown restrictions from July 4 will allow facilities such as pubs, restaurants, cinemas, galleries, hotels and hairdressers to reopen, but live music venues will not be up and running until further notice. 

Lily admitted that while Let The Music Play is a ‘nice idea’, she believes approaching Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden won’t improve the issue as she claimed the ‘government doesn’t encourage art’.

The My Thoughts Exactly author said: ‘Dear music industry, please can you write a letter to the culture secretary asking them to pour lots of money into the live music sector.

‘It’s a nice idea but somehow I just feel like this government doesn’t really want to encourage art which in turn encourages thought, empathy, humanity, progress.

Speaking out: Elsewhere in the clip, she shared her thoughts on the Let The Music Play campaign - an initiative to encourage the government to help rebuild the live music sector

Speaking out: Elsewhere in the clip, she shared her thoughts on the Let The Music Play campaign – an initiative to encourage the government to help rebuild the live music sector

‘I don’t know if we want to play our cards this early, I might be wrong but to get the whole music industry together to tweet about letting the music play on a certain day, knowing the government aren’t really about that right now might end up making us all very weak.

‘So what are we doing it for? So Ed Sheeran can book another 10 days at the O2? In all seriousness I do realise it’s bigger than Ed, there are 100s of people that go into making these performances happen and it’s those people whose jobs we are trying to protect. 

‘Maybe I’m being pessimistic but I don’t think this government is interested in protecting the arts because of it stands for. It’s a culture war, and ultimately I just worry about how it looks when the whole industry comes together to do something active when we can’t congregate on mass to do something. 

'What are we doing it for?' Lily admitted that while Let The Music Play is a 'nice idea', she believes approaching Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden won't improve the issue

‘What are we doing it for?’ Lily admitted that while Let The Music Play is a ‘nice idea’, she believes approaching Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden won’t improve the issue

‘The only power we have is to get things trending on the internet and write letters and I feel like those things are going to be ignored and it plays into their hands and makes us look like hysterical luvvies. I’m not articulating myself particularly well.’

Earlier this week, Lily sparked concerns as she shared a picture inside hospital.  

The mother-of-two has been isolating with her American boyfriend David Harbour and her children Ethel, eight, and Marnie, seven, who she shares with ex-husband Sam Cooper. 

Concerning: Earlier this week, the mother-of-two sparked concerns as she shared a picture inside hospital

Concerning: Earlier this week, the mother-of-two sparked concerns as she shared a picture inside hospital

Cute couple: The author has been isolating with her American beau David Harbour (pictured) and her children Ethel, eight, and Marnie, seven, who she shares with ex-husband Sam Cooper

Cute couple: The author has been isolating with her American beau David Harbour (pictured) and her children Ethel, eight, and Marnie, seven, who she shares with ex-husband Sam Cooper

The brunette did not explain the reason for her visit but posed in a blue surgical mask in the selfie.

Hospital visits amid the coronavirus pandemic have been limited unless in exceptional circumstances. 

After snapping the selfie, she went on to share an article about Los Angeles bars having to close again due to rising COVID-9 cases, as she wrote: ‘Miss Corona says you need to sit down.’ 

MailOnline contacted Lily’s representatives for comment at the time of publication. 

Not impressed: The celeb later went on to share an article about Los Angeles bars having to close again due to rising COVID-9 cases

Not impressed: The celeb later went on to share an article about Los Angeles bars having to close again due to rising COVID-9 cases

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