The troubled British singer is preparing to release her long awaited third album, the follow-up to 2006's Grammy-winning 'Back to Black," reports Contactmusic. She has been on a four-year hiatus, which saw her battle drink and drug demons.
The National Enquirer, a US tabloid, previously reported that Lady Gaga had offered to fly to London to make music with Winehouse to ensure her upcoming release is a success. But Winehouse's rep has denied the rumours, insisting that the claims are 'not true at all.'
Washington, (ANI): Brit singer Amy Winehouse's publicist has dismissed rumours that the 'Rehab" hitmaker is joining hands with Lady Gaga for comeback album.