While other people are spreading goodwill and cheer, Amy Winehouse is busy doing the devil’s work, terrifying little elves and kicking men in the chestnuts. I think I just heard the baby Jesus cry. Digital Spy reports,
Amy Winehouse has been questioned by police after kicking a theatre manager in the groin and yelling abuse at a pantomime performance, according to reports.
The ‘Rehab’ singer, who went to support her actor friend Anthony Kavanagh in Cinderella at a Milton Keynes theatre, allegedly heckled the cast, refused to stay in her seat and kept swearing in front of children.
One onlooker, who described Winehouse as a “demonic child”, told The Sun that she yelled: “F**k Cinders, Prince Charming, marry me,” before calling the ugly stepsister characters “bitches”.
Winehouse reportedly punched and kicked theatre boss Richard Pound when he tried to escort her to a box after the interval.
Two of the musician’s minders are said to have carried her out of the venue in the second act.
Well, to be honest, Amy’s violent additions to the play are actually closer to the original story of Cinderella. No, really. In the original Brothers Grimm story, the stepsisters were beautiful, and when the part comes for them to try the slipper on, one of them cuts off her big toe to fit into the shoe, and she gets away with it until the prince notices blood streaming from the shoe. Then the other sister cuts off the back of her heel, and the same thing happens. Cinderella of course fits the shoe, and she rides off with the prince. In the end, some pigeons pluck out the stepsisters’ eyes. So you see, Amy isn’t just some “demonic child”, she’s a GD literary purist!
Showing off her new tits and drawn-on freckles (?!)