March 24, 2017

Winehouse to honeymoon in Havana; records again with Ronson

By Staff

Great Britan’s The Sun reports that Amy Winehouse and love-of-her-life Blake Fielder-Civil aren’t going back to rehab, rather they’re headed to Cuba.

A court-ordered curfew is expected to be lifted from Fielder-Civil, and once that happens, Winehouse has planned a second honeymoon for the duo.

Is the heroin better down there? No, not really. The couple has an eye on the island given their fixation for Cuban cigars.

A close friend of Winehouse and Fielder-Civil says, “Smoking cigars is their new thing. It all started when Amy bought a pack of Romeo y Julieta for Blake, because she thinks they’re also tragic lovers. Amy and Blake have been spending their time reading up on the history and the culture behind them. Amy, in particular, followed up their origin, in Cuba.”

Winehouse has publicly declared that she’s back with her former husband can will now go by Mrs. Fielder-Civil. The Sun previously reported that Winehouse is moving her soul mate into her new $3.9 million pad in Camden, north London.

The singer has gone so far as to commission artist Sam Shaker to do a painting of the couple. Shaker reports, “Amy told me she loved my paintings and gave me some more pictures to do, including one of her with Blake. When they came to see them she was taking Blake by the hand and showing him the pictures. He said they were beautiful.”

In even better Winehouse news for the rest of the world, above and beyond Fielder-Civil, U.K.’s Music Magazine reports that the singer is back in the studio with Back to Black producer Mark Ronson after a small tiff. Her father told the magazine that the duo are working on three new songs. Already Winehouse has recorded some tracks in San Lucia and her third album should be ready soon.

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