Amy Winehouse's James Bond theme may not even be released, it has emerged.
Producer MARK RONSON recently confirmed that he has been working with Amy on a song for the upcoming QUANTAM OF SOLACE, but that it is not the movie's official track and so may not be released alongside it.
Speaking to BBC Music Week, Mark, who previously collaborated with Amy on her hit VALERIE, said: "Hopefully it will get used. But I don't think we've been guaranteed it, so we're working on it and we'll see happens."
"The demo sounds like a James Bond theme, hopefully. But I don't know if it'll get used," he added.
Mark continued to say that if the song is not used he would like to work on the theme for another Bond movie in the future.
This follows news that Amy has been signed up to perform at Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday celebrations on June 27th.
Other acts who will perform at the Hyde Park event include Leona Lewis, Razorlight, Duffy, Sugababes and Eminem.
Some 45,000 tickets for the concert will be sold using a Glastonbury-style online registration system, which opens tomorrow for one week, reports the Sun.
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