Lily Allen would be ‘honoured’ to play at Amy Winehouse concert

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  • Lily Allen rumoured to headline Amy Winehouse tribute concert

    Lily Allen has said that she would be ‘honoured’ to perform at a tribute concert for the late singer Amy Winehouse.

    The singer has been rumoured to headline a memorial gig organised by Mitch Winehouse to honour his late daughter, Amy, who died last July at the age of just 27.

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    Although the Smile singer revealed she hadn’t yet been approached to perform at the charity concert, she told her fans on Twitter that she would be flattered to take part.

    ‘Wow. first I’ve heard of it. would be honoured though,’ (sic) the new mum tweeted.

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    Lily quit the music scene in 2009 to focus on other projects. Since then has designed a range for her vintage fashion store Lucy In Disguise, married boyfriend Sam Cooper, written songs for an upcoming musical version of Bridget Jones’ Diary and most recently welcomed a baby girl, Ethel Mary, in November 2011.

    Other acts rumoured for the show, which is set to take place in London, include Mark Ronson, Jessie J and Florence + The Machine. Profits from ticket sales expected to go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

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