Lily Allen reveals why she turned down Band Aid 30's charity single

 Lily Allen has opened up about why she chose not to be a part of Band Aid 30's Ebolacharity single 'Do They Know It's Christmas.'

Lily Allen reveals why she turned down Band Aid 30's charity single

London: Lily Allen has opened up about why she chose not to be a part of Band Aid 30's Ebolacharity single 'Do They Know It's Christmas.'

The 29-year-old singer said that she had her own way of doing charity by donating actual money and instead of joining some "success club," the BBC reported.

Allen added that she didn't think that she was too above or below it, but still found something "smug" about the whole group, which featured One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Jessie Ware and Rita Ora among others.

But the songstress did praise organiser Bob Geldof for his efforts saying that she didn't mind him as he was "grumpy" like her.

The song, which is the fourth version of the charity single, has become the fastest-selling single of 2014 and has topped the UK singles charts.

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