The trailer for 'Amy,' the upcoming Amy Winehouse documentary, hit the internet and it's sure to hit close to home for many music fans.
The Amy Winehouse documentary Amy may finally hit U.S. screens this summer.
It's been almost two years since Amy Winehouse passed away -- the anniversary of her death is July 23. But her family works tirelessly to keep her memory alive. (There is a summer exhibit at London's Jewish Museum, called 'Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait.')
Now, her older brother Alex has gone on record to say that it was bulimia really that killed his sister, not her notorious drug and alcohol abuse.
Amy Winehouse's father Mitch, God love him, does everything he can to keep his daughter's memory alive since her untimely death in July 2011. He is also vocal about things related to her musical legacy -- and right now, he's ripping Beyonce's cover of 'Back to Black,' which King Bey recorded for 'The Great Gatsby.'
Any new footage of the late Amy Winehouse is exciting. In this case, it comes in the form of clips of Winehouse with singer Neon Hitch in Hitch's latest video 'Pink Fields.' The brief clips of Winehouse are mixed with shots of Hitch walking through the woods and lying in a field of pink flowers.
'Princess of China' might make Coldplay and Rihanna the musical kings and queen of Britain. RiRi and Chris Martin's band are among the leading contenders for the 2013 BRIT Awards. The annual U.K. awards show today (Jan. 10) revealed its list of nominees, which also included a surprise nod for the late Amy Winehouse.