“The only thing I’m going to say on that is that it’s not true,” he said.“And also that Gemma Whalen was always their first choice for the part. And that’s the one thing I’m going to say about that.” Read: ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Alfie Allen Says Sister Lily Allen Wasn’t Offered Role of Asha Greyjoy When asked to clarify the whole thing, Lily told Sydney radio station Nova 969 that she is not allowed to talk about “Game of Thrones” anymore.In an interview with newsreader Jon Snow, the singer accused the government of withholding the real number of fatalities which, at the time of reporting was 17.
Alfie, 27, called her sister out on it during an interview with Vulture, saying she was never offered a role.She explained that she wrote the song to prove how much she loved him, but he thought she was just being mean to him."Smile" is the debut single by British recording artist Lily Allen from her debut studio album Alright, Still (2006).Allen continued expressing her views on Twitter throughout the evening, taking into account Snow's comments.“I appreciate the difficulties with identifying bodies, but there are people out here clinging to hope when I don't think there is any,” she wrote before posting a note detailing why she's linking the tragedy to politics.Most contemporary critics complimented the song, noticing the confidence it hides and the carnival-esque, yet melancholy, theme. For promotion, "Smile" was re-recorded in Simlish and played on shows; it also received its own answer song.