Amy Winehouse’s comeback tour has been thrown into doubt – because the jazz songstress is planning to snub her Manchester date to support her husband in court in relation to 2006 charges of assault.
Blake Fielder-Civil is facing a stint behind bars after allegedly beating up a pub landlord last year.
And the Rehab star, 24, is reportedly set to cancel the opening night her planned November tour to spend some quality time with her spouse in case he is sentenced to prison.
A source tells British newspaper The Sun: “Blake comes first in Amy’s life – everything else comes second, including her career. She doesn’t care that she has a gig that night. Nothing is going to stop her being in court with him. They plan to spend a week holed up together to prepare for the worst.”
Fielder-Civil is due in court to face a charge of grievous bodily harm on 12 November – the same day Winehouse is due to play Manchester’s Apollo.
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