Amy Winehouse reveals love of WWE wrestling in deleted ‘Amy’ scene – watch

Late singer visits New York in previously unseen footage

A deleted scene from Amy Winehouse film Amy has been revealed ahead of the DVD release.

Amy will be available from November 2 and a previously unseen clip in which Winehouse and her manager Nick Shymansky wander around New York can be seen below. In the clip, Winehouse shows off a number of different accents and expresses interest in visiting The World, a WWE themed restaurant open in Times Square between 1999-2003.

Winehouse appears particularly impressed that female wrestler Chyna had dined in the restaurant as had The Rock (Dwayne Johnson).



The Amy Winehouse Foundation recently announced details of a new album featuring musicians that have benefited from their Amy’s Yard programme, which was set up two years ago.

The Amy Winehouse Foundation was launched in September 2011 following the death of the singer. The 10-track release, released in conjunction with Island Records, marks the four-year anniversary of the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

Amy recently became the second biggest documentary ever at the UK box office, grossing £3.44 million.

The film previously surpassed the award-winning Senna (£.3.17 million) before overtaking March Of The Penguins (£3.3 million). Michael Moore’s 2004 film Fahrenheit 9/11 still leads the way though, having grossed £6.5m.