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Monday, July 25, 2011

Amy Winehouse death

Amy Winehouse death
A van carrying the body of Amy Winehouse leaves the St Pancras Mortuary in north London, following the singer's death on Saturday. 25/07/2011

Funeral of Amy Winehouse to take place today

British singer Amy Winehouse's funeral will take place today and will be attended only by her family and close friends, her spokesman said.
A post mortem on the 'Back to Black' singer, who died at the weekend, failed to determine how she died and more toxicology tests are being carried out, with the results expected in two to four weeks, police said.
The autopsy was carried out after an inquest opened and adjourned on the 27-year-old's death which police are so far describing as 'unexplained'.
Ms Winehouse, who fought drug and alcohol addictions, was found dead at her north London home on Saturday afternoon.
As sales of her music soared and speculation swirled about the release of a possible posthumous album, her father Mitch flew in from New York and visited a shrine of flowers, gifts and cards outside the house.
Surrounded by television crews and well-wishers, he read the dozens of condolence messages and walked along banks of teddy bears, flowers - and the occasional bottle of vodka - left by fans of the troubled singer.
'Thank you for coming,' he said. 'It means so much to me and my family.'
A sombre mood hung over Camden Square, where Ms Winehouse lived, as a constant stream of fans arrived to lay flowers and leave messages for the singer among flickering candles left outside her house yesterday.
Some well-wishers were unable to hold back tears as they looked in near silence at fans' tributes.
Messages for the singer were left both by locals, including one saying she is 'going to be thoroughly missed in Camden', and by fans from as far afield as Colombia, Mexico, Italy and Spain.
Ms Winehouse's battle with alcohol and drugs was well documented, most famously in one of her best-known songs 'Rehab', in which she sang, 'They tried to make me go to rehab but I said no, no, no.'
She won critical acclaim after the release of her debut album 'Frank' in 2003 before becoming a worldwide phenomenon with the success of Back to Black.
The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Monday that material recorded before Winehouse's death could be released as a posthumous album, citing sources who said Winehouse had recorded 'a lot of material' and that her parents would have the final say on whether a new album is to be released.
Ms Winehouse's spokesman told Reuters news agency there was currently no confirmation of the release of a third album.
'I know there's material about, but no one's talked about it,' he said.
Her recording company, Island Records, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group had no comment about the possibility of a posthumous album.
The inquest will resume in October.

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Monday, June 27, 2011

Prince William and Kate's North American Tour Entourage

Prince William and Kate's North American Tour Entourage | Kate Middleton, Prince William

What sort of possé will Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge bring on their much-anticipated North American tour? 

The royal couple will have a lot of help, to be sure, but they've also kept their entourage roster for the July trip lean and mean. 

When it comes to who'll be along for the ride, William and Kate will be supported by the following: 

• Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, Private Secretary
The royal newlyweds will be in good hands with Lowther-Pinkerton, 50, a former army officer who was brought to the Palace five years ago by Prince Charles. He's been influential as Princes William and Harry planned their careers in the Armed Forces, and is now private secretary to both William and Kate. 

• Chris Kealey, Tour Coordinator
Kealey, an assistant private secretary, will help ensure the couple's packed schedule stays on an even keel. 

• James Pryce, Catherine's Hairdresser
Pryce, a 30-something hairdresser at London's Richard Ward Salon, will be on hand to tame Kate's locks. He not only created her classic wedding 'do, but also styled her chestnut mane for the big engagement last November. "She still comes into the salon and sits with everyone else - there is no VIP area," says a Richard Ward spokesperson, who adds, "James has been the Middleton family's hairdresser for seven years now." 

• Miguel Head, Press Secretary
Head initially came to attention of the Palace when he worked at the Ministry of Defense. He has plenty of experience traveling with royalty: He headed press relations on William's first overseas tour representing Queen Elizabeth and was alongside Prince Harry in New York during his two polo-playing visits on behalf of his Sentebale charity. 

• Sir David Manning
This experienced British diplomat acts as an advisor to the Duke and Duchess and to Prince Harry, coaching them on how to navigate protocol, charity work, official functions and more. Before working for the royal family, Sir David was former Prime Minister Tony Blair's key aide on foreign policy and later acted as Britain's ambassador to America for four years, until 2007.

• Patrick Harrison, The Prince of Wales's Press Secretary
Harrison is an old hand at North American travel, and has toured Canada before with the royals. Accustomed to a slightly larger entourage with Prince Charles and Camilla, he'll be on hand to lend support to the young couple's press team. 

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz Secretly Wed!

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz Secretly Wed! | Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz

After a short, quiet courtship,Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have pulled off a near-impossibility in Hollywood: A secret wedding! 

A rep for Weisz confirms to PEOPLE that the actress has wed the James Bond actor. 

As the Daily Mail first reported, the couple married in front of just four people in New York last Wednesday.

The lucky guests? Daniel's daughter Ella, 18, and Weisz's son Henry, 4, and two friends, the Mail reports. 

First linked last fall, Weisz, 41, and Craig, 43, spent Christmas together in the U.K. 

The real-life newlyweds play husband and wife in the upcoming Dream House, due in theaters this fall. Weisz can be seen next in The Whistleblower, a thriller opening August 5.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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