Amy Winehouse supports husband, not fans
What is it with Amy Winehouse? First she's just plain awful at her first concert since she got out of rehab, and then she acts all goofy in court once again. At least this time she wasn't the one being tried.
Winehouse was in Snaresbrook Crown Court in London on Monday to support jailed hubby Blake Fielder-Civil on his charges of assault and conspiracy to pervert justice. She repeatedly patted the seat next to her and mouthed the words, "Come and sit here next to me," the AP reports. How they distinguished that with her cockneyed accent is beyond our reasoning.
Winehouse also gave a court official a handwritten note for her husband but no one knows what it said. Just as well, since it may very well have read "Tae kwon do unicorn snakebite be my jack-o-lantern mailbox," considering how Amy showed up an hour late to a set in Lisbon and cracked her voice through an hourlong set on Friday, although she did apologize. What's amazing about that is 90,000 people were there to see it.