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Gu 'suffered a mental breakdown'

Mitch Winehouse has established the Amy Winehouse Foundation in honour of his daughter

Mitch Winehouse urges prayers for Amy's ex

Mitch Winehouse has urged his daughter's fans to "pray" for her ex-husband who is fighting for his life after an apparent drink and drug binge.

Amy Winehouse with her then husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, in 2007

Amy Winehouse ex Blake Fielder-Civil 'in drug collapse'

Amy Winehouse's ex-husband is fighting for his life after collapsing following an apparent drink and drug binge, his girlfriend has revealed.

Winehouse left £3m

Amy Winehouse left almost £3 million following her death last year.

Amy Winehouse's unreleased tracks about Blake

Songs Amy Winehouse recorded before her death were inspired by her divorce from Blake Fielder-Civil.

Amy Winehouse: Singer who won the hearts of millions but was unable to overcome her dependency on drink and drugs

Despite being as famous for her private life as her music, there is no disputing that Amy Winehouse was one of the finest singers of her generation.

Hermione Eyre: Winehouse weaved suffering into her songs

It is painful to hear a new posthumous echo on that great voice, always so contemporary and intimate

Razor sharp, Winehouse changed the music scene for ever

There's no point seeking someone to blame – Winehouse's extraordinary insecurity lay at the heart of her troubles. Sophie Heawood recalls a difficult, funny, gifted and charming woman

Amy Winehouse wants a baby

Amy Winehouse is hoping to get pregnant this year.

Don't look back: A hard lesson for stars in love

As another on-off celebrity relationship ends in tears, Rob Sharp reflects on ex-appeal

Amy Winehouse's new man a 'normal bloke', says her father

Singer Amy Winehouse has started dating a film director, it was confirmed today.

Media scrum greets Winehouse ahead of assault trial

Singer Amy Winehouse was greeted by a huge press scrum today as she arrived for her trial for an alleged assault on a woman at a charity ball.

Amy Winehouse divorced on grounds of adultery

Singer Amy Winehouse was divorced by her estranged husband today on the grounds of her adultery.

Parents say Winehouse needs 'to be rescued'

Amy Winehouse is constantly in denial and needs to be rescued, her mother said.

Amy Winehouse denies assaulting fan

Singer Amy Winehouse turned a court appearance into a spring fashion show today as she pleaded not guilty to assaulting a fan at a party last year.

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