Mtv Amy Winehouse Concert
July 27, 2011 by Post Team
Mtv Amy Winehouse Concert, On the day Amy Winehouse was cremated, MTV announced a special tribute concert to celebrate the life of the late singer and her musical legacy. They dug into their vaults to find her performances rarely seen since the year 2007 when I was at the height of her stardom. The images were taken from a private group that took place in Times Square Studios as part of the “45th at Night” series live. Winehouse will be singing songs like “Rehab”, “Back to Black,” “Me & Mr. Jones” and “You Know I’m No Good.” A duet with Mos Def will also be included.
Amy Winehouse was found dead in her apartment in London on July 23. Condolences and tributes have since flooded the Web in her honor. Some celebrities like Rihanna, Usher, Kelly Clarkson and Katy Perry mourned her death on Twitter, sending messages to heart.
However, Microsoft came under fire by publishing an obituary commercially motivated. Your Twitter saying “Remember Amy Winehouse by downloading ‘Back to Black” the pioneer in more than Zune “regarded as” insensitive. “They were forced to delete and issue an apology.
After the corporation was criticized by the “tweet download,” Keri Hilson landed in a similar situation. Some fans were angry because they published a photo of Winehouse look-alike who appeared to be quite out of it. “* Sigh * Amy Winehouse risen to party w / me! (Really weird like that)” he wrote.
Despite criticism, the singer of R & called her Twitter message “the best tribute ever.” “Come on, I mean nothing bad. With all due respect. But in reality like me scared,” she came to her defense. “# RIPAMYWINEHOUSE.”
He later changed her tone, “I apologize 2 to anyone who might have taken the wrong way. As a fan, I thought it was great that dresses up in honor of Amy. I had no bad intentions, but I understand how seems insensitive Twitterville … my bad. “
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