Take a look back at the troubled life and career of Amy Winehouse.
British soul singer Amy Winehouse won five grammys for her second album, 2006's "Back to Black."
Winehouse poses for photographs as she arrives at the Mercury Music Prize awards in London, Sept. 7, 2004. It was one of her first major awards.
Known for her partying ways, Winehouse has a drink between songs at the Virgin Festival at Pimlico Race Course.
This singer has become more famous for her personal woes -- and tattoos -- than for her music.
Winehouse holds the MTV Europe Award 2007 trophy after winning the 'Artist's choice' category at the MTV Europe Award gala in Munich. By 2008 she was tied for the 10th most wealthy musician under 30.
She was also known for her many, many court appearances. Winehouse is seen leaving Snaresbrook Crown Court in London.
Winehouse holds her mom Janis after she won a Grammy via satellite from London, with Tony Bennett presenting at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards.
Singer Amy Winehouse is dead, leaving behind a very public downward spiral.
Winehouse snarls at photographers outside he City of Westminster Magistrates Court in central London. As her court dates dragged on, she became increasingly hostile.
Winehouse's wax sculpture at Madame Tussauds in London.
Winehouse performs during a concert in Sao Paulo, her last show.
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