It’s been five years since the death of Amy Winehouse, but the Amy Winehouse Foundation - which works to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse on young people - has a new project underway. On August 22, the Foundation will open a women-only rehabilitation centre in East London to “address the specialist needs of female addicts". Named ‘Amy’s Place’, the Foundation says that these needs are often “more complex” than that of their male counterparts, and that the project will highlight the need for a “new approach” to supporting female addicts.
Honestly. What is it about celebrities and hotel rooms? Show them a swanky suite and they just can't resist doing something inexplicably and bizarrely naughty.
The London home where Amy Winehouse lived and died has been put up for sale by her family for £2.7 million. Thousands of mourning fans flocked to the three-bedroom property in Camden and transformed the square where it sits into a shrine
Big Pictures/bauergriffinonline.com Amy Winehouse's family, including her boyfriend Reg Traviss, are reportedly planning a 10-day holiday to mourn the singer's death - as well as celebrate her life. Reg will join Amy's father