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A life-sized bronze statue featuring the late singer's trademark beehive hairstyle has been unveiled in Camden.
The statue unveiling will be postponed because according to Amy's former boyfriend Reg Traviss, the singer's father is not satisfied with the finished product.
Collections of clothes, books, CDs, shoes and photographs of the late 'You Know I'm No Good' singer will be showcased at Jewish Museum in Camden until September.
Alex Winehouse points to the eating disorder as the cause of his sister's untimely death last July 2011.
The runner-up on 'American Idol' season 11 offers a different side of her with dance single 'Tonight' ahead of her album release.
The 'Red 2' star received the Best Actress prize for her role of Queen Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan's play 'The Audience'.
The director of 'Hereafter' is photographed attending Tribeca Film Festival without his wedding band on after his marriage with wife Dina Eastwood is rumored being on the rocks.
Beyonce Knowles' highly-anticipated duet with Andre Benjamin on Jay-Z-executive produced 'The Great Gatsby' soundtrack finally arrives.
Asif Kapadia will team up with producer James Gay-Rees to make a film based on the 'Rehab' singer's life and death.
The 'Salt' actor ends up breaking up a fight between a photographer who was taking his picture and a waiter who originally tried to help him get away.
Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson are back with new music and they're gearing up for a world tour to support their comeback.
To give a proper funeral for the Gandee Candy of 'Buckwild', his family is planning an off-roading event in his memory to raise funds.
Queen Bey will team up with Andre 3000 to do a rendition of 'Back to Black' for the Leonardo DiCaprio-starring flick.
It's newly revealed that the coroner who handled autopsy of the 'Back to Black' hitmaker's body didn't meet the criteria to do such a job.
The British rocker bursts into tears as confessing, 'This is difficult for me to admit. But yes, it's true. Amy and I were lovers. I loved her then and, well, I still do today.'