Amy Winehouse makes cocaine candyfloss?
Amy Winehouse has reportedly got a strange new love - cocaine-laced candyfloss.
A source told the News of the World that the concoction came about when Amy’s friend, Babyshambles guitarist Mik Whitnall, suggested it as a joke after the singer bought a £700 candyfloss machine.
The source explained: “It was Mik’s idea. The candyfloss machine was Amy’s pride and joy and he thought it would be funny to give it a boost.
“He and some pals sprinkled a wrap of coke into the mixture and Amy started eating it before she realised what they’d done. She now thinks it’s a hoot to do the same.”
Candyfloss, known as Cotton Candy in the US, is typically made of melted (then re-solidified) pure sugar and food colourings.