If you can call it that. We're not really sure.
Wiping away a stream of tears, Amy Winehouse could manage only this bizarre expression as her incarcerated husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, was denied bail.
Amy Winehouse: A face made for radio.
Blake Fielder-Civil, 25, is being charged with conspiracy involving alleged witness tampering in his upcoming assault trial. He will spend Christmas in jail awaiting a January 18 preliminary hearing that will determine if he stands trial. Should the case go to trial, Judge David Robson said he was "penciling in early June."
As he was led away, Blake Fielder-Civil held his hand to his ear like a telephone and mouthed, "I'll call you," through the glass of the defendant's box. Amy Winehouse waved and blew him two kisses. Ah, the glory of true love.
The troubled singer, 24, arrived at Snaresbrook Crown Court at 10:40 a.m., wearing a long-sleeved black dress and a yellow scarf around her beehive.
Outside the court, police were forced to usher away a crowd of about 30 women ... all of whom were dressed as Amy Winehouse.
Inside, Amy Winehouse sat in the court's front row, right next to Fielder-Civil's younger brother and one seat down from his mother, Georgette Fielder-Civil.
She was accompanied - and shielded from the many reporters' view - by a burly man who identified himself only as "a family friend."
The Back to Black singer spoke briefly to her mother-in-law and to some of her husband's lawyers, all the while checking for signs of Blake himself.
When he finally appeared, just before 11 a.m., he was smiling and winking.
"I love you," he mouthed to his wife, asking, "Are you all right?" She nodded.
Winehouse watched as the judge agreed to hear Blake Fielder-Civil's case for being granted bail in chambers because of "intense scrutiny from the press."
The rest of the two-hour hearing continued in private.
When the proceeding was over, at 12:30 p.m., a grim-looking Winehouse refused to speak to the press as she hopped into a car with blacked-out windows.