Amy Winehouse's Statue Raised In North London

The singer died three years ago after battling with drugs and alcohol abuse

In celebration of what would have been her 31st birthday, Camden Town neighborhood of North London, England has honoured late British fussion singer Amy Winehouse with a life-sized statue.

Winehouse's many fans will have no problem recognizing the singer, who is portrayed sporting her distinctive beehive hairdo in theheart of her beloved home ton.

The singer's father Mitch Winehouse - who once said he hears from her ghost - told reporters on Sunday that it was "incredibly emotional" to see the statue. "It is like stopping her in a beautiful moment in time," he said. "We really hope Amy's fans love the statue."

Winehouse fans, Do you think Amy is worth the statue?


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