25 August 2011
After her shock death last month, Amy Winehouse is still achieving great things musically.
Britain's Official Charts Company has said Winehouse's Grammy-award winning Back to Black album has just become the best-selling album in the UK in the 21st century.
Back to Black overtook James Blunt's 2005 debut album Back to Bedlam to claim the title this week.
A surge of interest in Winehouse's music since her death means that Back To Black has now sold a whopping 3,259,100 copies edging it just ahead of Back To Bedlam's 3,241,118.
An initial post-mortem failed to determine cause of death, and Winehouse's family said this week that toxicology tests showed she had no illegal drugs in her system when she died.
A further inquest into Winehouse's death begins in October.