Amy Winehouse (14 September 1983 - 23 July 2011)Amy Winehouse was an English singer/songwriter, best known for her Grammy Award-winning albums and critically acclaimed 2006 single 'Rehab'.
Net Worth: According to Celebrity Net Worth, at the time of her death in 2011, Amy Winehouse had a net worth of 10 million USD.
Childhood: Amy Winehouse was born in North London to Mitchell and Janis Winehouse, and lived with them and her elder brother Alex in Southgate.
When Winehouse was nine years old, her parents separated, leading to Winehouse living with her mother and staying with her father at weekends.
She was transferred from the rehab facility to a London hospital after reaching dangerous levels of dehydration due to withdrawal symptoms. May 7, 2008: Winehouse is arrested in connection with the alleged possession of a controlled drug. Lucia for a two-month vacation, and resurfaces looking healthier than ever.
June 27, 2008: Winehouse delivers a soulful performance at Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday party, and looks healthy doing so. March 6, 2009: Amy gets into trouble for allegedly punching a fan at a Society Ball in London. a year and a half earlier (around Grammy time that year) because of a drug rap.
While 'Frank' - named in honour of Frank Sinatra - was very jazz-influenced, Winehouse focused on 50s and 60s girl groups for her second album.
At this time, Winehouse began attending Susi Earnshaw Theatre School on Saturdays to take singing and tap-dancing lessons.
After attending the school for four years, she founded the rap group Sweet 'n' Sour with a friend, before then began attending Sylvia Young Theatre School full time.
It begins a a tumultous two-year relationship, which the singer later admits was riddled with drug use.
(It was also that year that magazine names "Rehab" one of its top 10 songs). 24, 2008: Winehouse checks in to rehab after Scotland Yard launches an investigation into released footage of the soul-crooning Brit snorting an unidentified substance, smoking a suspicious-looking pipe and admitting to taking six Valium. 12, 2008: Janis Winehouse says her daughter is on the road to recovery following her five-time Grammy win.