At the age of 27, Amy Winehouse’s ‘untimely’ death afforded her a lifetime membership to the ‘27 Club‘ – a group of notable musicians who also died at the age of 27. And she’s in good company as the 27 Club is home to some of the most influential musical names from the last 50 […]
It was inevitable that the coroner’s report would eventually site alcohol as the cause of Amy Winehouse’s death back in July this year. Alcohol had played its part in the downfall of the chanteuse ever since…
Four weeks on and the the long awaited toxicology report has proved frustratingly inconclusive and it seems there is still no closure for the Amy Winehouse saga – just a load of speculation as to what might or might not have finished the young poplet off.
Internet one-hit-wonder Rebecca Black has apparently come under attack at her school where bullies have taunted her over the YouTube video ‘Friday’.
Clearly the money is not enough for them. Obviously the cursory fame (on the back of someone else’s name) is not enough, so why do people like Kelly Osbourne act like they’re famous in their own right?
According to latest sources the ridiculous, tasteless and largely talentless PR machine that is Lady Gaga now claims that Amy Winehouse was her idol and that she’d love nothing more than to play her in a film.
She hasn’t been forced into a pen with pipes attached to her udders and milked to death; no, Victoria Beckham’s hair is going a bit thin.
It’s uncanny that Gaga should draw imaginary parallels between herself and the beleaguered Winehouse at the same time as her new single is set to be launched.
Someone is telling porky pies about the circumstances of Amy Winehouse’s death. And not the little individual ones, the big fat ones designed to feed a family of corpulent compulsive eaters.
Amy Winehouse was in the throes of planning to adopt a ten-year-old St Lucian girl she apparently ‘fell in love with’ whilst holidaying in the Caribbean. Apparently.