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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.'
Set in a dimly lit bar, the clip shows the late 'Rehab' hitmaker being projected on a brick wall as she performs the hook of the song.
In the wake of Blake's hospitalization, Amy's father Mitch Winehouse asks fans to pray for him, 'Remember Amy loved him. Let's pray for his recovery.'
Amy Winehouse's catalog of music continues to make sales in the past 12 months after her death in July 2011.
Mitch Winehouse says that he is open to the idea of a holographic Amy 'to keep her memory alive.'
Mitch Winehouse, the father of late 'Rehab' singer, reveals there's enough material from his late daughter to release one or two more albums after her passing.
The 'Nasty' rapper says 'Cherry Wine,' which is going to be included in his next album 'Life Is Good', came from 'God, and Amy.'
A listing agent spokesman said that a lot of the singer's fans have shown interest in the property which is offered for 2.7 million pounds.
Both of the videos which are meant to celebrate the lives and legacies of Whitney and Amy are introduced by host James Corden.
From Demi Moore announcing her plan to divorce Ashton Kutcher to Ryan Dunn tragically killed in a car crash, these are the 10 shocking moments that stole the headlines in the past 12 months.
The special concert is kicked off by Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige and Jennifer Hudson before moving forward to honoring the soulful cities and wrapping up with a medley tribute to Nas' 'home girl.'
Florence Welch, Wanda Jackson, Sharon Jones, The Dap-Kings and Nas will take part in the special segment to salute the 'Back to Black' hitmaker.