Things took a turn for the worse for Lily, however, and she was then taken to hospital.
The 29-year-old posted a photo of herself in a hospital bed with the caption "#SHEEzUS in #SHOSPITAL," before reassuring her fans: "I'm fine though guys, just need some fluids cause I can't keep anything down. #dramz."
Lily Allen: "#SHEEHYDRATING#poisoned"
Lily's stint in hospital comes at a very busy time for the star. The Hard Out Here singer has been jetting between the US and UK promoting her new album and attending numerous glamorous events.
On Monday night she stepped out at the Met Ball in New York, before flying straight back to England to see Miley Cyrus at the 02 Arena, appear on Loose Women and Alan Carr's show Chattyman and enjoy a reunion with her husband Sam Cooper and daughters Ethel and Marnie.
Lily Allen: "This travel catching up with me"
Lily did hint that she was feeling unwell when she tweeted "Prepping for @chattyman feeling a little bit #QUEAZUS and very #SNEEZUS green juice emergency". She later added a photo of the medicine she had been taking to keep her illness at bay with the caption: "This travel catching up with me."
Lily is due back in New York this week although given her poor health it is unknown whether she will be able to go.
Lily Allen at the Met Ball
The star also recently opened up about the trauma of nearly dying after losing her first child with husband Sam Cooper in 2010 and the therapy she had after.
Lily spoke with heartbreaking honesty about the miscarriage she endured when she was six months pregnant, and her subsequent battle with septicaemia.
"It was horrendous and something I would not wish on my worst enemy," Lily told The Sun on Sunday. "It's something that I still haven't dealt with, I never will get over it.
"…I held my child and it was really horrific and painful — one of the hardest things that can happen to a person. I was overwhelmed by what an incredibly unlucky thing it was to happen. But I had this man standing by my side, who I knew was going to be with me for the rest of my life."