Amy Winehouse's life-size statue might be unveiled on her 31st birthday in September in Camden, London, it has been revealed.
The late 27-year-old singer's father Mitch Winehouse asserted that now the late Brit singer will oversee the comings and goings of her home town forever, the BBC reported.
Mitch said that Amy was in love with Camden and it was the place her fans from all over the world associated her with.
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Mitch added that the family had always been keen to have a memorial for the late singer in the place she loved the most and this memorial will provide Amy's fans a place to visit and attract people to the area.
The bronze life-size statue created by sculptor Scott Eaton will feature Amy with her hand on her hip and her recognized beehive hairdo.