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The ‘distressing’ reason why Amy Winehouse didn’t sing ‘James Bond’ theme song

Amy Winehouse fans may know that she was the frontrunner to sing the theme song for the 2008 James Bond flick “Quantum of Solace.” Now, franchise producer Barbara Broccoli is opening up about why Winehouse wasn’t chosen, recalling a troublesome meeting she had with the British singer. “Well, that was a very very distressing meeting, she was not at her best and my heart really went out to her,” Broccoli told Entertainment Weekly recently. The 62-year-old went on: “She was very fragile emotionally and, you know, you understood how she could create such moving material, because she has a great depth of feeling and...
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Best breakup songs: Amy Winehouse hit ‘Back To Black’ heads top 30 list

LONDON — Breaking up really is hard to do, and for many listening to music is the best therapy. Wondering which songs are most popular? Amy Winehouse’s “Back To Black,” Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” and Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way” are dubbed the best breakup songs, according to research.
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James Bond boss recalls 'distressing' meeting with Amy Winehouse

James Bond boss Barbara Broccoli attended a "distressing" meeting with Amy Winehouse over the theme song for 'Quantum Of Solace'. The late singer was among the stars in the running to sing the theme tune for the 2008 film, but Bond producer Barbara has revealed Amy wasn't really an option for the job because she came across as "very fragile emotionally" with the movie mogul calling the situation "very tragic".
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