Amy Winehouse exhibit opens at London's Jewish Museum
Some things you may not have known about Amy Winehouse: she loved Snoopy and Sudoku, she kept all the backstage passes and wristbands from every show she played or attended and her grandmother taught her to read Tarot cards.
Items related to these interests are in the exhibit "Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait," running at London's Jewish Museum. It was assembled with help from Winehouse's brother, Alex.
He asked the curators not to iron Winehouse's clothes because she never did.
One of the items includes a list Winehouse wrote as a schoolgirl of her favorite songs. The list ranges from Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles and The Platters to Pearl Jam and Ben Folds Five.
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