Amy Winehouse will make her live comeback at the Grammy Awards in America next month, according to reports.
The singer, who has not performed live since she cancelled the final dates of her UK tour last November, is nominated for six awards at the ceremony on February 10th.
A Grammy insider told the Mirror: "Her live performances can either be spectacular or car-crash territory but, either way, it's a gamble organisers are willing to take as she's such hot property."
Winehouse is reported to be considering a duet with US rapper Kanye West at the ceremony.
West, who leads the nominations list with eight, including Best Rap Album and Album Of The Year, is understood to have expressed an interest to perform with the singer.
"She's planning to do some sort of soul and Motown medley, and is even weighing up the possibility of a duet with some US stars - particularly Kanye West, who has spoken in the past of wanting to work with her,” the ‘source’ said.