Amy Winehouse examination inconclusive; results 2-4 weeks away


It looks like we are going to have to wait a little bit longer before we find out what happened to singer Amy Winehouse that caused her to suddenly pass away on Saturday at the notorious age of 27.

A pathological examination was done on the “Valerie” singer on Monday morning in the United Kingdom, but unfortunately the results were inconclusive — meaning that, as many expected (including us on this end), we are going to have to wait for the full results via a toxicology screening that will take two to four weeks to complete.

For now, we will post updates on whatever comes next for Winehouse — including any potential plans for a memorial. (It has not been released yet as to whether or not there will be a public or private ceremony.)

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