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Posted at 09:59 AM ET, 10/26/2011

Amy Winehouse death due to alcohol poisoning; Steven Tyler hospitalized after fall; Lady Gaga to perform on Grammy announcement show


“Death by misadventure” was the verdict of a coroner’s inquest into Amy Winehouse’s death. (Shaun Curry/AFP/Getty Images)
- A coroner’s inquest into the death of Amy Winehouse has determined that the singer died as a result of alcohol consumption, ruling it a “death by misadventure.” According to the Guardian, Winehouse was more than five times over the legal alcohol limit at the time of her death.

- Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler injured his face and lost two teeth after taking a tumble in a hotel bathroom. He was given two dental implants and treated for cuts to his face and the band’s concert was postponed by one day.

- Nominations for the 54th annual Grammy Awards will be announced on a live TV special on CBS on Nov. 30. Lady Gaga and Jason Aldean will perform.

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By  |  09:59 AM ET, 10/26/2011

Categories:  Morning click | Tags:  Amy Winehouse, Aerosmith, Lady Gaga, Jason Aldean

 
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