Singer Amy Winehouse is said to be very disappointed after losing chance to sing the official bond theme song. The singer was scheduled to collaborate with Mark Ronson for "Quantum of Solace" but the plan was canceled following Amy's health condition in which she has suffered from adverse reaction of anti-drugs medication.
"It's really disappointing, of course it is. But at the time Amy was going through some shit, and now she's doing great, so who cares if we missed the Bond boa," says Mark. "We're both gutted we missed out on 007, but there will be other great opportunities for us."
Instead, the theme will have Alicia Keys' vocal along with Jack White, frontman of The White Stripes. The collaboration was announced by the Bond film producers Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. In a statement, Mr Wilson and Ms Broccoli, daughter of the Bond film producer Albert Broccoli, said, "We are delighted and pleased to have two such exciting artists as Jack and Alicia, who were inspired by our film to join together their extraordinary talents in creating a unique sound for Quantum of Solace."