Although she is fighting a possible arrest for an alleged headbutting, Amy Winehouse has one good bit of news — the Sunday Times Rich List has valued the Rehab singer as being worth $20 million.
The annual list, that was published yesterday, charts the changing fortunes of Britain’s wealthiest people in the worlds of business and entertainment.
Although personal turmoil led to cancelled tours for Winehouse this past year, album sales on the strength of her five Grammy wins have stayed strong for the 24-year-old.
Winehouse, the daughter of a taxi driver, is estimated to be the 10th richest young musician under 30 and is ahead of the other singers in the recent invasion of Brit Belles — Leona Lewis, Natasha Bedingfield and Corinne Bailey Rae — all of whom are valued at $12 million.
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