During a recent interview with The London Evening Standard, the proud father said his daughter deserves the statue because she always gave back to her community. “Amy was a wonderful person who did a lot for Camden and for kids,” he said. “She was one of the greatest singers the world has ever known, so why shouldn’t we put a statue up?”
A new unveiling date for the tribute has yet to be set.
The “Rehab” passed away in 2011 from drug and alcohol intoxication. She was 27.