London, Apr 22 (ANI): Singer Lily Allen, who is famous for her wild partying lifestyle, feared her career was over when she realized she was "more a train wreck than a singer".
Though Lily has always defended her not so sane lifestyle, she admitted that it made her rethink her capabilities, reports The Sun.
Speaking about her first album Alright, Still in 2006, she said: "I took a bit of a beating from the press first time around. I became more famous for being a train wreck than a singer. I didn't think I was capable of writing songs and making music."
However, the beauty still maintains that she is not "fall-down drunk," an "exhibitionist" and "crazy" as claimed by the media.
"Young women are represented in a way that isn't true. If a girl is seen having a drink she's a drunk. If that happens with a guy it's not portrayed the same way," Lily added. (ANI)