Amy Winehouse may sing that "love is a losing game."
But in snaring a great catch in Blake Fielder-Civil, she believes she's emerged a winner.
The 23-year-old singer and possible future James Bond girl, who married Blake Fielder-Civil last week, raved about her new husband Thursday at Britain's Ivor Novello songwriting awards, where she scored a best contemporary song trophy for "Rehab."
"I had a lovely dress and he looked very handsome," she told reporters of her Miami wedding. "We're not planning a honeymoon. Every day is a honeymoon with Blake. I've married the best man in the world."
Amy Winehouse admitted the wedding was sudden - she and Fielder-Civil, who inspired some of the songs on her album Back to Black after they temporarily broke up, had been engaged for less than a month - but she said simply:
"That's the way I am."
Also the way she is? Walking around with a giant squid on her head.
Fielder-Civil, 23, a music-video assistant, and Winehouse, 23, first began dating two years ago and had only recently resumed their courtship and got engaged.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the singer introduced "Rehab" on a recent radio appearance by saying:
"Here is a song I wrote when he left me a couple years ago. I wrote the whole album about it, really. We went on our little separate ways, but, then realized that we loved each other. Life's too short."
We fully expect Britney Spears and Kevin Federline to follow this advice, come to their senses and be back in each other's arms any minute.