Amy Winehouse has answered a call for help from fellow singer Pete Doherty — and agreed to duet with him at the Royal Albert Hall, the Daily Mirror reports.
Doherty faced a backlash from fans after he was forced to cancel a solo gig at the prestigious venue after being sent to jail.
But after being stung by criticism, Doherty, 29, has persuaded Winehouse to join him on stage in London for the rescheduled date to be announced.
A source close to Winehouse, 24, said, “They think playing at such an incredible venue will be a massive two fingers to their critics — especially in light of their traumatic personal lives.”
Doherty may be let out of Wormwood Scrubs jail in West London today — after 29 days of his 14-week term for drug offences.
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