Amy Winehouse to attend Mercury Music Prize?

Singer back in time for ceremony after holiday

Rumours are mounting that Amy Winehouse will attend the Mercury Music Prize in London tomorrow (September 4).

The speculation comes after it was reported that Winehouse has returned to the UK following her holiday in St Lucia with husband Blake Fielder-Civil.

She was photographed as she arrived at Gatwick Airport, reports Yahoo News.


Winehouse was reportedly the hot favourite to win the prize before her personal issues surfaced. Bookies are now backing Bat For Lashes to win.

The full nominees are:

Arctic Monkeys – ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’

Basquiat Strings with Seb Rochford – ‘Basquiat Strings’

Bat For Lashes – ‘Fur And Gold’

Dizzee Rascal – ‘Maths And English’


Klaxons – ‘Myths Of The Near Future’

Maps – ‘We Can Create’

New Young Pony Club – ‘Fantastic Playroom’

Fionn Regan – ‘The End Of History’

Jamie T – ‘Panic Prevention’

The View – ‘Hats Off To The Buskers’

Amy Winehouse – ‘Back To Black’

The Young Knives – ‘Voices Of Animals And Men’

NME.COM will have live coverage from the night, so stay tuned tomorrow.

Meanwhile, despite calls from her in-laws to boycott her music Winehouse’s record have actually went back up the charts last week.


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