Allen had earlier announced her plan to take a two-year hiatus from recording and performing from March, to focus on her other business ventures. And she says the BRIT award hasn"t changed her mind. "This hasn't changed my plans to quit. It's actually been really good as something to work towards for the last six months, knowing I'd be doing this. It is the perfect way to say goodbye. I have so much I want to do now with my shop and record label," the Daily Star quoted Allen, as saying.
London, (ANI): Singer Lily Allen is delighted to have bagged the British Female Solo Artist trophy at Tuesday's BRIT awards and says this is the best way to wrap up her music career. The Smile hitmaker beat Leona Lewis and Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine to win the coveted trophy.