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Lily Allen performs during a memorial event for murdered Labour MP Jo Cox at Trafalger Squa Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Lily Allen's collapse following an alleged 'drink and smoking binge' at Notting Hill Carnival over the weekend sparked uproar on social media, but the has singer released a statement claiming she is "absolutely fine."

The 31-year-old singer reportedly collapsed at the outdoor event in west London on Bank Holiday Monday (29 August) after a video emerged of her unconscious and being carried off on her boyfriend DJ Daniel London's shoulders.

She was pictured swigging on cider and Jack Daniels, along with a suspicious looking cigarette, before being spotted slouching by the stage where her lover Daniel and ex-boyfriend Seb Chew were performing. In disturbing scenes, she later vomited and was carried off stage unconscious after slumping to the ground.

An onlooker said: "It was horrifying to see her so out of control. She was like a sack of spuds on her lover's shoulder. This is a new low for her," reports The Sun.

The publication also claims that Allen 'embarked on a marathon booze session' at the event and that the drama unfolded on stage before her boyfriend and the crowd.

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Lily Allen at Notting Hill Carnival Twitter

The video also shows Allen dancing with a whistle hanging round her neck while she wears a black Nike baseball cap, before she takes off her tracksuit top and starts drinking from a can of Strongbow cider. Shortly after, she was swigging a home-made cocktail from a milk bottle.

Following the online backlash, the Smile singer released a statement to her 5.86 Twitter followers:

Her name has since been trending on Twitter and she has replied to a slew of replies of both support and criticism, telling one user: "My role is to be unequivocally unashamedly my self".

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