Known for her sultry voice, beehive hairdo and iconic eye make-up, Amy Winehouse was a raw talent disturbed by her volatile personal life. She was picked up by a jazz record label at the age of 16 and wowed audiences with her talent, charisma and ability to relate with her fans worldwide. Her album Frank received several award nominations, a prestigious Ivor Novello Award and went double platinum. But it was her second album Back to Black that gave her critical acclaim in the states and five Grammy Awards. In 2007 she married her on and off boyfriend Blake Fielder-Civil who was seen as a bad influence on Amy as he encouraged her wild partying and drug abuse. By this point she was just as famous for her tardiness and drunken behaviour as her music in the media, and left her label after they suggested rehab. Her tour dates were cancelled due to her bad health, which led to a coma and Blake was in and out of trouble with the law. By 2008 their marriage was dissolved. Amy was admitted to rehab and became more focused on her career. Leading up to her death she appeared to be back on track by embracing sobriety, but on July 26, 2011 she was found dead. Her cause of death was marked as “death by misadventure” and coroners labelled it as a toxic overdose of drinking.