Amy Winehouse to make comeback on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’?

Reports suggest she's set to sing backing vocals on show

Amy Winehouse is rumoured to be making an appearance on the forthcoming series of BBC1 reality TV show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.

Rather than dancing, the singer is tipped to appear as a backing singer while her 13 year-old goddaughter Dionne Bromfield performs a song on the programme.

The singer’s management are understood to be close to signing the deal with the BBC for Winehouse to appear on the programme in September, claims the Sunday Mirror.


If Winehouse does appear, it will be her first public performance since May, when she abandoned a comeback gig at St Lucia Jazz Festival midway through the gig.

Bromfield is signed to Winehouse‘s new record label Lioness Records.


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