The singer is caught on camera in an altercation with a fan
Amy Winehouse performed a controversial set at Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage last night (June 28), which ended in her apparently lashing out at an audience member.
The singer was taken off by security guards before she could finish her final song “Rehab”, after allegedly aiming a punch a crowd member.
Claims later emerged, primarily from festival organiser Michael Eavis, that Winehouse’s actions were in self-defence after she was groped by a fan.
The singer, who began her set with “Addicted”, covered The Specials’ “A Message To You Rudy” and “You’re Wondering Now”.
Amy Winehouse played:
“Tears Dry On Their Own”
“Back To Black”
“Wake Up Alone”
“Some Unholy War”
“Love Is A Losing Game”
“Hey Little Rich Girl”
“A Message To You Rudy”
“You’re Wondering Now”
“You Know I’m No Good”
“Me And Mr Jones”
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