Jazz songstress Amy Winehouse is reportedly set to make her comeback by headlining the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles next month.
The Rehab hitmaker has taken a month off work to recuperate following the cancellation of her UK tour last month and the jailing of her husband Blake Fielder-Civil, but will return to the stage at the prestigious ceremony on 10 February.
A source tells the Daily Mirror: “Amy is really excited to be asked to perform at the Grammys. It’s a huge event. She’s planning to do some sort of soul and Motown medley, and is even weighing up the possibility of a duet with some U.S. stars – particularly Kanye West, who has spoken in the past of wanting to work with her.”
The source added: “The only potential problem is that Amy will need a US visa, so she is hoping that her recent arrest won’t cause any problems.”
Winehouse has been nominated in six categories at this year’s awards ceremony, including Album Of The Year and Best New Artist.
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