Amy Winehouse will not performed at mtvU Woodie Awards as scheduled since her U.S. visa is provoked following drugs arrest.
Previously thought only a rumor, Amy Winehouse is not allowed to enter U.S. after her arrest in Norwegia. What comes to effect is her bill on mtvU Woodies Awards where she is one of the nominees as well as performers.
The arrest has prompted a visa issue for the singer who was caught possessing marijuana while vacationing with husband Blake Civil-Fielder. Her father Mitch revealed earlier this week that she may be banned from entering U.S. due to a mistake in signing documents.
He said, "Amy and Blake were told to sign a release form by Norwegian police - but it was actually a confession. She can't get into the US now because of that, even though it wasn't her cannabis anyway."
mtvU will be premiered simultaneously on MTVU and MTVU.com on November 15 at 8 p.m. The voting has been opened and remain so until tomorrow, November 2. Amy is nominated for 'Woodie of the Year'.