Amy Winehouse in Facebook and Twitter meltdown - Daily Gossip

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Amy Winehouse in Facebook and Twitter meltdown - Daily Gossip
Welcome to the Daily Gossip: your daily stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today’s top gossip:

Amy Winehouse posted a number of bizarre messages on her Facebook and Twitter accounts yesterday (December 14), writing about her ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil.

Early yesterday afternoon, Winehouse tweeted the following message regarding newspaper reports detailing her recent meeting with Fielder-Civil: "I'm DONE with the papers. BLAKE DIDN'T THREATEN SUICIDE if I said I wouldn't come to see him – in fact I'd bin beggin' to come see him 4 months."

She followed that by writing, "What's the point in trying to stand in the way of true love?" on her Facebook account, to which her goddaughter – the singer Dionne Bromfield – replied, "How is it if sumone treats you bads, means that they love u? I'm confused???"

Winehouse later apparently posted her manager's mobile number online, although she took it down soon after and went on to deny it was his direct line.

From the papers:

Franz Ferdinand ate out at Wagamama in Streatham (Daily Star).

Lily Allen organised for her dad Keith and boyfriend Sam Cooper to have a Sunday roast together so they could bond (The Sun).

Fatboy Slim went for a jog along Brighton seafront (Daily Mirror).

Kate Moss and The Kills' Jamie Hince are supposedly moving into a £2million pad in Paris (Daily Mirror).

Elton John's annual Christmas party at London's Grosvenor House was attended by Lily Allen, The Saturdays and Liz Hurley (Daily Star).

A study by music royalties body PRS For Music has stated that 42 per cent of the world's population have heard Slade's 'Merry Xmas Everybody' – whether they wanted to or not (The Sun).

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