<img style=”margin:5px; float: left;alt=”alfie-allen.jpg” src=”https://www.techdigest.tv/alfie-allen.jpg” width=”125″ height=”179″ />The sibling cash-cow that is Alfie Allen has kindly shared his top Christmas gadgets list online, because quite simply – what would we do this Christmas without knowing what Lily Allen’s younger brother is pining for? I’m surprised we’ve managed this far without it!
Included in his list of GIMME GIMMES, DON’T YOU KNOW I’M LILY ALLEN’S BROTHER AND WILL STAR IN DANIEL RADCLIFFE’S LEFTOVERS list are several games, such as SingStar Party, which is available on the PS2 or PS3 for £29.99 (so he can fine-tune his singing voice for future roles, obviously), and a game from John Lewis called The Pub Quiz for £12 (he can’t nip down to his local anymore for pub quizzes, for fear of the paparazzi).
Also included are Fatman’s iTube iPod valve dock for £266.99 (he loves listening to his dad’s World In Motion choon), BT Vision’s TV service (£30) (for watching his sister on her many TV appearances), Panasonic’s Toughbook Executive laptop at a huge £1,410 (for googling reviews of Daniel Radcliffe’s work in Equus, so he can one-up the wizard), and finally, BT’s digital photo e-frame 200 at £99.99, so he can drool over his girlfriend Jaime Winstone constantly.
Lucky his daddy is Keith Allen so I’m sure he can afford all these gizmos and more, the bucktoothed little model-snatcher.
Alfie Allen’s Christmas list, from BT Total Broadband