The Brit boy’s got a hell of a lot of soul.
The Brit boy’s got a hell of a lot of soul.
Spotted in Sunderland.
Because you can’t be the Bride of Frankenstein with a blowout.
The Channel 4 News anchor, that is, not the character in “Game of Thrones”. He also did a bit of Manfred Mann.
July 23rd, 2013 marks the second anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s death at the age of 27. Here are 9 stunning live videos that remind us why we fell so in love with her in the first place.
Camden Town is a world of its own.
The best, rudest pop quiz ever.
These classy Photoshopped masterpieces are worthy of hanging over your fireplace mantle. (Images via Worth1000)
Some say it’s better to burn out than fade away. But what if these stars had stayed around just a little bit longer?
“You don’t have to leave Justin alone, but don’t be an asshole.”
The guy who sang “Summer of ‘69” and “Everything I Do I Do It For You” is a photographer now. And he’s really good! NSFW
Monday, July 23rd marked the one year anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s death. Let’s take a look at some of the best, worst, and downright wrong Amy Winehouse tattoos.
These days, re-mortalizing is all the rage, but where the hell are the girls at? 2012 Summer music festivals, we’re lookin’ at YOU.
Swoon, scream, repeat. UK boyband One Direction’s already put their mark on some classic pop tunes, like Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie” and Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn.”
She sings “Our Day Will Come”, poetically ironic from beyond the grave. The video effectively blends live footage with cinematic captured video footage of Winehouse.
Get ready for never-before-heard music from Amy Winehouse. Just because she succumbed to a tragic death is no reason not to love her voice.
The British coroners office has determined that Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning. She had nearly 5 times the legal limit of alcohol in her body at the time of her death.
This behind the scenes preview of Amy Winehouse and Tony Bennett’s ‘Body and Soul’ was just released. View Media ›
So “artist” Daniel Edwards has drawn up plans for a Amy Winehouse bust at the behest of some British people he met on Facebook. It will apparently be made out of chocolate, pieces of a insane man’s fantasy, and the sheer need to have 15min of fame. Click here for details. (via thesuperficial.com) View Image ›
According to a statement released by her family, toxicology results have confirmed that there were no illegal substances in Amy’s system at the time of her death. Results indicate that alcohol was present but it cannot be determined as yet if it played a role in her death. You can read more about it here. (via tmz.com) View Image ›
UK daily newspaper, The Daily Mirror used the image on the left and then badly photoshopped Amy Winehouse’s head on to it for a printed article. Looks like News of the World aren’t the only scumbags out there. Who knew? (Via) View Image ›
Going to hell. Taking you with me.
Irony, apparently, is lethal. Amy Winehouse’s family are telling reporters that the recently deceased singer may have died as a result of going cold turkey and not drinking for three weeks. They say that doctors have told them the abrupt alcohol withdrawal was a fatal shock to her perpetually plastered system. (via foxnews.com) View List ›
For his next act, CNN conservative Bill Bennett will manage to place some of the blame for the debt ceiling crisis on Jethro Tull’s 1989 Grammy win for best Heavy Metal Artist. Alex Pareene has more on this media fail over at Salon. (via salon.com) View List ›
Yesterday, Microsoft’s official UK public relations Twitter account tweeted what users immediately called ‘crass,’ ‘classy?’, and charged the company with trying to profit off the singer’s unfortunate death. Other companies, like Apple and Amazon, have also been criticized for the same. Sales of Back to Black have already increased 37 times since Winehouse’s death, prompting the question: In these situations, what is the limit with consumerism and respect for celebrities and their families? (via mashable.com) View List ›
Representative Billy Long (R-Mo.) compares Amy Winehouse’s death to the US debt crisis. And this is why politicians should stay out of celebrity gossip. (via cognitivedissonance.tumblr.com) View Image ›
Oh, Internet. View List ›
Amy Winehouse’s death is much more tragic when put into perspective. She had so much promise. View List ›