Lily Allen has vowed to cut down on her phone time in 2021 after admitting it causes her brain, relationships and work to suffer.
The As Long As I Got You singer kicked off the new year by posting a message on Instagram saying she wanted a “healthier relationship” with her mobile.
The mother-of-two said she has already given up “drugs, booze and fags” and now hopes to tackle her phone use.
Sharing a video of herself with the caption “Less phone, more books”, Allen said of her New Year’s resolution: “I’m gonna try.
“These things are designed so we don’t put them down.
“My brain suffers, my relationships suffer, my work or creative endeavors all suffer as a result.”
She went on: “I’ve ditched the drugs, booze and fags, so hopefully this year I’ll be able to cultivate a new, healthier relationship with my phone.
“Wish me luck.”
Fans and celebrity friends applauded Allen’s decision, with many agreeing that phone usage could be a problem.
“I like this,” posted music producer Jodie Harsh, while TV star Stacey Dooley agreed: “Me too.”
“Love you angel,” wrote singer-songwriter Sarah Hudson, while former X Factor contestant Lucy Spraggan posted a string of hearts in eyes emojis.
Allen, 35 - who tied the knot with Stranger Things star David Harbour last year – revealed in July that she was celebrating a year of sobriety.
Sharing a picture on Instagram showing her relaxing in a bikini on holiday, she told her followers: “1 year completely sober!
“So grateful for my health and happiness.”
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