Monday, September 29, 2008

The Belle of the Ball

Ah Amy Winehouse. The picture of physical and mental health. As usual the singer dazzled the crowd at the VIP ball she was holding for her 12 year old goddaughter with her witty antics, G-rated behavior, and elegant apparel.
Daily Mail reports:
The singer was at the Berkeley Square Ball in Mayfair to provide backing vocals for her goddaughter Dionne Bromfield. But onlookers were shocked at how out of it Amy was, and the audience at the charity bash cringed as she grabbed and hugged Dionne as she tried to perform. The pair were joined on stage by a live band and one of Amy's backing singers for the three-song set. We're told: 'It was tragic - she seemed totally wasted. She was jumping all over Dionne as the poor girl tried to sing for the crowd. Amy didn't really sing a single note - it sounded more like she was grunting down the mic.' She then roamed from table to table, demanding to meet famous people. Sugababe Heidi Range was sent to talk to her but couldn't keep her attention long. Our spy said: 'Amy was then asked to pose for the event's official photographer, but flipped and tried to headbutt him. She looked like a woman possessed.' But backstage things took a turn for the worse. Our spy adds: 'Amy collapsed backstage in tears. She kept saying, 'Life can't go on, I can't do this'."
I don't believe a word of this! Have we ever known Amy to be dramatic? Certainly not! I cannot imagine this eloquant lady exhibiting unprofessional behavior. She has nothing but the upmost respect for her audience and fans. Never has she acted inappropriately and is nothing but delightful. But I don't need to tell you that. You can tell by her refined crusted leopard jean shorts that she is a true lady. Not to mention those black scabs. They really compliment her bruises quite nicely. I could go on for days, but I do not want you to start comparing yourself to Amy Winehouse. She is a magnificent creature who sets the bar too high for us to even contemplate emulating.


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