Lily Allen opens OnlyFans account for feet photos: 'La dolce feeta'

The singer has previously expressed her interest in helping to destigmatize behaviors that are considered by some to be shameful in the past.

Lily Allen is starting OnlyFans on the right foot. 

The “Smile” singer, who is currently on holiday in Italy with her husband David Harbour, announced on her Instagram Story that she has launched an account on the website — which is known for hosting NSFW content — that is dedicated entirely to posting photos of her feet. 

The post featured a photo of Allen’s feet that was covered up by a heart that had the colors of the Italian flag. Alongside the image, she included a link to her account with the caption: “La dolce feeta."

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<p>Dave Benett/Getty</p> Lily Allen

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Lily Allen

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In her account’s description, Allen joked that she’s “just dipping my toes in” on the platform. A subscription to her account costs $10 per month, and she has posted several times since June. Her posts also often include a solid foot pun in their captions, like "sole trader."

Allen has never been afraid of pushing boundaries throughout her career. She revealed on a recent episode of her Miss Me? podcast that she’s “quite into normalizing everything that people are ashamed about in themselves” and often shares her own sexual experiences as a way to provide comfort to others. 

<p>Lily Allen/Instagram </p> Lily Allen's Instagram Story

Lily Allen/Instagram

Lily Allen's Instagram Story

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“When they hear someone like me talk about their own experiences in a non-shameful, matter-of-fact way then it makes people feel better about themselves,” Allen explained. “So I'm always wanting to do that. I want to do that with my music.” 

She continued, “To me that's what art is, that's what creativity is helping people come to terms with their own behavior and behavior that society looks down on but we're all just human, right?"

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