Amy Winehouse’s plans to remarry former jailbird husband Blake Fielder-Civil in Las Vegas are at risk of running into trouble with American immigration authorities.
U.S. Embassy officials in London may grill the British singer’s ex to reach a decision on his U.S. entry following his 2008 conviction for grievous bodily harm, which landed him a jail sentence.
Immigration sources claimed it is “highly unlikely” that Blake would be given a go ahead. “Anyone convicted of a serious violent offence will be given short shrift when it comes to trying to enter the States,” the Daily Star quoted a source as saying.
“It does not matter about his plans for getting married in Las Vegas. U.S. immigration chiefs are extremely scrupulous when it comes to serious misdemeanours,” the source added.
Burlesque Pussycat Doll’s founder and choreographer Robin Antin has a new act coming to Las Vegas. British singer Matt Goss on September 4 will start performing regularly at the Lounge in the Palms Casino & Hotel.
Goss was the lead singer of 1980s pop group Bros, recording and performing many UK chart-topping tunes. In the summer of 2003, Goss did a tour of 13 UK venues, releasing in November his first single in the UK since 1996, “I’m Coming With Ya,” that reached number 22 in the UK charts.
He also appeared on the TV reality TV show “Hell’s Kitchen;” in March 2005 he released his autobiography, “More Than You Know”.
“Matt will be having women in the audience just crying, “says Antin, adding, it doesn’t hurt that “he looks like David Beckham.”