Apparently, there are explicit, drugged out photos of the late Amy Winehouse in several compromising positions, without clothing.
Despite her alleged overdose at the age of 27, Amy Winehouse’s brother reveals that she was bulimia since the age of seventeen.
Amy Winehouse watched Youtube videos of herself the night she died, according to the most recent inquest. What else was she doing, and how did she die?
Not even the grave can hold troubled songbird Amy Winehouse as she returns from the dead for a collaboration with Nas in ‘Cherry Wine.’
Amy Winehouse’s ex-husband — in the “duh” heard around the music world, has admitted what just about everyone knew all along — he got her hooked on hard drugs.
This Week: The Back Keys finally cross over; all that Amy Winehouse left behind; The Roots tell the story of a child who grows into a drug-dealer; Poland’s Jacaszek combines classical and electronic; Auto-crooner T-Pain is back with club jams and guests.
Celebrities flame out for lots of different reasons – bad money management, drugs, racist rants, the pressure of fame, some combination of all of the above – but some flame out just a bit more spectacularly than others.
The Wino has been God’s gift to celebrity stalkers in the last few years – never before have we had such a devastating combination of God-given talent and Satanic self-destruction.
An interesting week for music releases, as there’s no mass-market dross dropping, leaving nothing but interesting records for me to talk about. Thus, a bad week for jokes but a good week for ears. Let’s pop on the headphones and listen…