Amy is infamous for causing a scene, so it comes as no surprise that Amy Winehouse got herself into a little scuffle over the weekend. Amy Winehouse was found dead due to a drug overdose on July 10, 2011. Our memories are with Amy's family.
Her impact on the music world continues to be felt today and Amy Winehouse is the subject of an upcoming documentary film simply titled “Amy.”
Slated to hit theaters later this year, the project chronicles the “You Know I’m No Good” songstress’ rise to fame and the subsequent difficulties that came with the territory. The newly-released trailer shows Amy speculating, “I don’t think I’m going to be at all famous. I don’t think I could handle it. I would probably go mad, do you know what I mean? I would go mad.”
With just two weeks since the terrible death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, it seems the guy he got the heroin from is no stranger to dead stars.
Robert Vineberg is accused of selling the “Along Came Polly” actor the junk that killed him, and he’s also been linked to Amy Winehouse and Jean-Michel Basquiat, both of whom died due to chemical complications.
Remembered as one of the greatest artists of her time, friends and family celebrated the life of Amy Winehouse this afternoon (July 23).
One year ago, the 27-year-old singer was found dead from alcohol poisoning in her London apartment. Her family released a statement honoring "a daughter and sister that meant the world" to them earlier on Monday.