Amy Winehouse was born on 14 September 1983 and died from alcohol poisoning on 23 July 2011. She was only 27 years old.
She was an English singer and songwriter best known for her song Rehab. Her album, Back to Black, went on to become an international success and one of the best-selling albums in the UK.
In 2008, she won five Grammy awards, including Best New Artist, Record and Song of the Year, as well as Best Pop Vocal Album.
Winehouse suffered severely from drug and alcohol addiction, which ultimately led to her death.