Candice McQueen: Nasty! St James Cabaret, March 8 Candice (pronounced Can-dice) McQueen is the alter ego of Spanky, aka New Zealand’s own Rhys Morgan, and I wondered after the show why we ever let such a talent slip through our fingers The brooding good looks of guitarist Robert Trippolino would have set some hearts aflutter as he started with a remake of Don McLean’s American Pie as Candice trips down a floodlit stairway oozing talent, glam and an outrageous sense of the Id, think Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard. This entrance serves to introduce a potted history of gayness that had no bearing on the usual drag acts who like to mime to Liza (with a Z) or Babs
Amy Winehouse’s mother never expected her to live into her thirties. The Grammy-winning singer was 27 when she passed away on July 23, 2011 at her home in Camden, London.
At least 20 people were killed and 40 injured Friday as a result of a major road accident in southern Russia, officials said. Winehouse was accused of assaulting a woman at a London charity ball last year. She had pleaded not guilty to the charge of common assault
A London court cleared singer Amy Winehouse of assault Friday after a two-day trial, her spokesman told CNN. Winehouse was accused of assaulting a woman at a London charity ball last year.
She once sang, "Love is a losing game." Those sad words rang true Thursday when a London judge granted singer Amy Winehouse and her husband a divorce. The judge at the High Court in London granted a “decree nisi,” which means that the decree is not absolute. However, a divorce will be granted unless any cause to the contrary is shown within six weeks, Winehouse spokesman Chris Goodman told CNN
Singer Amy Winehouse appeared in court Tuesday, charged with common assault over an incident late last year. Winehouse arrived at London’s City of Westminster Magistrates Court wearing her signature black beehive hairdo and a low-cut multicolored tank top. Accompanied by her father, Mitch Winehouse, she made brief comments to a throng of photographers before disappearing inside the building
British singer Amy Winehouse has been charged with "common assault" in connection with an incident last September, and will appear in court later this month, Scotland Yard said Friday. In the incident, on September 26, the singer allegedly hit a fan at a charity ball, British media reported