Amy Winehouse's TV addiction
Singer Amy Winehouse is "addicted" to UK TV game show 'Hole In The Wall', which sees two teams of celebrities - dressed in skin-tight silver bodysuits - contort their bodies into strange shapes in order to fit through a giant foam wall.
Amy Winehouse is "addicted" to a bizarre UK TV game show.
The 'Rehab' singer is obsessed with watching BBC programme 'Hole In The Wall', which sees two teams of celebrities contort their bodies to fit through strange shapes cut into a giant foam wall. If they can't get through, they are plunged into a pool of freezing water.
A source said: "Amy is addicted to 'Hole In The Wall'. She reckons it's the greatest TV show she's seen in years. Obviously, this year she hasn't had the busiest work schedule so she has spent a lot of time in front of the TV."
The 25-year-old drug-addicted singer loves the costumes contestants wear - skin-tight silver bodysuits - and has even asked producers if she can appear on it.
The source added to Britain's The Sun newspaper: "She has asked producers to star in an episode, they're giving it some thought but are understandably in two minds as to whether she is the right person for prime-time viewing."
Amy is not the first star to reveal a penchant for a BBC show this week.
Robbie Williams has revealed he is desperate to compete in 'Strictly Come Dancing' - Britain's equivalent of US series 'Dancing With The Stars' - even though he doesn't know the show's proper name.
He said: "You can expect me on 'Celebrity Come Dancing' towards the end of summer next year."