Amy Winehouse given Glastonbury all clear
United Kingdom | 23 June 2008
The father of Amy Winehouse says she will play Glastonbury Festival, despite being diagnosed with a lung disease.
The singer has been treated in hospital since collapsing at her home on 16 June, and was yesterday diagnosed with emphysema.
Winehouse is due to play at Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday on Friday (27 June) in London's Hyde Park and Glastonbury the following day.
Her dad has told the BBC: "She will be well enough to be at Glastonbury. She's well enough now."
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