Lily Allen gorged on a kebab after a "fun" night at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday night (19.02.14).
The 28-year-old singer attended the bash at London's O2 Arena on Wednesday night (19.02.14), followed by the Warner after party at Soho nightclub The Box, and after the "fun" evening she grabbed some grub on the way home.
She wrote on Twitter: "Night guys, that was fun, had a kebab on my way home. #BRITs2014 (sic)"
Lily presented the Best British Group Award earlier in the evening but stumbled on her words as she took to the stage.
The singer - who recently made her pop comeback following a four-year hiatus - started by saying: "It's nice to be back ... Do I just go straight into it? What? Announce it? No ... the nominees for Best British Group are..."
The award went to the Arctic Monkeys, who beat off stiff competition from Bastille, Disclosure, One Direction and Rudimental.
Upon receiving the award, Alex Turner said: "That 15 quid we put on One Direction has gone down the drain. There's a lot of people we need to thank, but they need to hear their names read out as much as you need to hear of people you don't know."
The band - which also includes Jamie Cook, Matt Helders and Nick O'Malley - also scooped the British Album of the Year for their LP 'AM'.