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MTV have booked Bennett and will show their recording session at Abbey Road Studios to remember his 'Body and Soul' duet partner at the Video Music Awards.
The lab work supported Amy's father's statement that the singer was clear off drugs at the time of death.
The 'Runaway' rapper reportedly has put his own spin to 'Back to Black' and hopes to perform it when he's in London for Moss Bros 160th anniversary celebrations.
When speaking candidly about sexuality in a recent magazine interview, the Maroon 5 singer also slams 'American Idol' which he believes pushes contestants to stay in the closet if they're gay.
'We had a great history with Amy. She was very near and dear to us,' says executive producer for the MTV Video Music Awards.
The 'Rehab' hitmaker's lyrics books which supposedly contain her unreleased songs allegedly have gone missing from her London apartment.
Chris Martin sang a short version of 'Rehab' in front of the band's classic 'Fix You' during the concert on Wednesday, August 3.
Though she keeps optimistic after third failed marriage, the 'On the Floor' hitmaker admits, 'This was the hardest decision I've ever had to face. I really wanted this family to work.'
The Mother Monster thinks people 'can learn from Amy's death', while calling Gunn 'a bully' for criticizing Hillary Clinton's pantsuit couture.
Just days after the 'Rehab' singer's sudden passing, 10-year-old Dannika Augustine tells a British tabloid, 'I was looking forward to living with her here or in London. I cannot believe she is gone.'
The new sneak peek to 'Glee: The 3D Concert Movie' sees the Santana depicter belting out 'Valerie' while her co-stars dancing to the song.
Along with Amy's boyfriend Reg Traviss, Mitch Winehouse doles out items of her clothing to those gathering outside her North London home, saying 'This is what she would have wanted.'
Her spokesman said that there has been a discussion of releasing her never-heard music but nothing has been decided.
The half-hour special, which was originally aired two years ago, will be broadcast again on Thursday, July 28.
The 2006 album is back on the U.S. album chart by sitting at the ninth position with 37,000 copies sold.