British singer Lily Allen urged fans not to watch a fly-on-the-wall documentary about her because she was "terrified" the makers would sensationalise her baby tragedy.
The show - Lily Allen: From Riches To Rags - aired in the UK earlier this year, and prior to the broadcast, the Smile singer begged her supporters not to tune in, insisting she was "embarrassed" by the footage.
The singer has now told Elle magazine she was concerned the producers of the show would focus on the day she lost her baby six months into her pregnancy last year and "take advantage" of her grief.
"I was incredibly sensitive at that point, I was recovering from something devastating. I was terrified about the whole thing, terrified to watch it. I felt as though, when I lost the baby, they saw an opportunity to make something sensationalist out of it and that upset me badly. I hated (the thought) that something so sacred was being taken advantage of."