Troubled singer Amy Winehouse
could soon be trading the recording studio for Hollywood - she's been offered a part in a new movie, according to reports.
The Back to Black
hitmaker has been sent a script by bosses at Universal Pictures who are interested in signing Winehouse up to play a music teacher in a problem school.
But she'll only land the part if she can stay away from drugs, reports Britain's The Sun
A source tells the publication, "The movie is a bit like Michelle Pfeiffer
's film Dangerous Minds
. Playing a music teacher will allow Amy to use her singing skills. Jonathan Rhys Meyers
is being talked about as her co-star.
"She has been offered an acting coach called Matt Ryan from the Royal Academy of Music Theatre Department in London.
"But she needs to improve her health and state of mind, or the opportunity will be withdrawn. You can't have a teacher looking like a scrawny crack addict. It's hoped the offer will be an incentive for her."
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