Pete Doherty has said that he was in love with Amy Winehouse but we all knew that any way.
Just lately he has been talking about the late singer saying:
“This is difficult for me to admit. But, yes, it’s true. Amy and I were lovers.”
“I loved her then and, well, I still do today. But towards the end, as only lovers can, she became quite mean and cruel to me. She didn’t suffer fools . . . and believe me, she had a mean right hook.”
“She had such a big heart but she was physically small and increasingly frail and I never once saw her eat anything solid, just milkshakes.”
“Amy couldn’t step outside her front door without a mob of about 30 blokes thrusting cameras at her. If you then include crack in the equation, it becomes a real killer – especially as Amy didn’t do things by halves.”
Amy Winhouse’s ex-lover Pete Doherty has been kicked out of his Rehabilitation Clinic!
Pete arrived EARLY Thursday night at his first UK show since rehabrejection, and expertly soldiered through a 60 minute set… without f*cking up once!
The show was stuffed with fan favorites including Time For Heroes,Music When The Lights Go Out, F*ck Forever, and Beg, Steal Or Borrowamong others, AND he even led the audience in singing The Beatles’hit She Loves You!
We are so glad that hes getting back on the right track as the music world has missed him!
Its being Auctioned Off with a photo from Pete Doherty’s On Blood: A Portrait of the Artistexhibition – which consists of drawings/paintings using copious amounts of Doherty’s blood – a painting done by Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty using Amy’s blood will be auctioned off Friday evening at London’s Cobb Gallery.
The piece is called Ladylike, is not even owned by Doherty, and is being auctioned by a private seller.
This is so discussing it not wright!!
Would you really want a photo that got someone else blood all over it?
[Image via COB Gallery.]
Pete Doherty has opened up about his friend the late Amy Winehouse.
They were often seen out and about together, gracing the haunts of Camden Town with their rock ‘n’ roll presence.
Pete said that he feels cheated out of grieving for his friend Amy Winehouse, and wishes people knew that they were close.
This is what he said:
‘When Amy died I was sat in a room, a matchbox room in Camden Town not able to leave, basically wallowing in my own filth. Literally knee-deep in s***. Literally not able to move.
‘I couldn’t speak, I couldn’t see anyone, I couldn’t pick up the guitar, and when I did pick up the guitar it was woeful ballads about how Amy wouldn’t be coming round tonight. It wasn’t a very inspiring time.’
Sadly Pete dint go to Amy’s funeral:
‘I think she would have wanted me at the funeral. It’s a personal feeling of grief I’ve never had a chance to see through. I’m made to feel like I’m not her friend, which I was.
‘She came to The Libertines’ gig at the Forum. That was one of the last nights we spent together. We came back to the hotel and she stayed all night.
‘At one point it was me, her and Carl having a little sing-song and it was all good, you know?’