18 August 2009

US visa means Amy Winehouse tipped for tour

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Now cleared of assult charges and eligible for a US work visa, Amy Winehouse is said to be planning a US tour.

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Amy Winehouse is eligible for a US work visa, and is tipped for an American tour.

The troubled singer was denied a US visa earlier this year after being charged with assault. However, she has since been cleared in court and is now free to enter the country again.

The star, 25, was also denied a US visa after she was arrested for cannabis possession in Norway two years ago.

Amy Winehouse's spokesperson said: "There is nothing to stop her getting a visa to travel to America. Back To Black was the second biggest-selling album in the world last year and she never had the chance to tour there, so it's on the cards."

Winehouse recently returned to the UK after a break in St Lucia to work on her third album.


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