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Lily Allen: Cutting Off Adele's Brit Awards Acceptance Speech Was Sexist!

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Don't worry Adele, Lily Allen's got your back!

Tuesday night at the Brit Awards, the 23-year-old singer's acceptance speech was cut short by host James Corden so he could introduce Blur, the act who performed next. (You'll recall, our girl flipped the bird, a gesture she intended toward industry leaders, not her fans.)

But Allen, who is currently focused on raising her 4-month-old daughter Ethel with hubby Sam Cooper, doesn't think Adele's acceptance speech getting cut short was just a scheduling snafu…

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She thinks it was sexist!

"I'd rather hear adeles acceptance speech," she tweeted after the incident, adding, "I can't say I'm surprised [it was cut off]. It was like the music industry's attitude to women played out as a metaphor."

Let's learn a lesson from all this: whether Adele is singing, talking or tweeting, we want to hear everything she has to say!

PICS: Flipping the Bird

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