Lily Allen bonds with Kanye West at Met Ball

Lily Allen.
Lily Allen.

LILY Allen bonded with Kanye West over their albums at the Met Ball.

The 'Hard Out Here' singer, who named her latest album 'Sheezus', a play on the rapper's 'Yeezus' record, insists it was "quite funny" when they met at the bash which took place on Monday (05.05.14) in New York.

Talking on British chat show 'Loose Women', she said: "It was quite funny because my album is called 'Sheezus' and his is called 'Yeezus' so it's 'Sheezus' and 'Yeezus'."

The brunette beauty didn't actually glimpse at Kanye's fiancee Kim Kardashian's famous butt and insists she couldn't say whether 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star's curves are as big as they look in pictures.

Asked about whether Kim's bottom is that massive, she answered: "I have to say I wasn't looking. I was looking at her face. We were talking so it would have been weird if I was looking."

Although Lily is thrilled to be invited to high-profile events like the Met Ball she insists they aren't "fun" and she would rather spend time with her friends.

She said: "It's really lovely to be invited to those things. It's not a night out with your friends, it's not fun, everyone is like lets pose for the camera and is a little bit stiff."

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