Amy Studt Out At Polydor, But Pop Hopes Still Flicker

The Sun reports Polydor has dropped Amy Studt, the singer ‘Pop Idol’ creator Simon Fuller had been hoping would be the UK’s version of Avril Lavigne. The 17-year-old wasn’t able to connect with record buyers though, as an insider at Polydor admitted, “It’s a tough world and the fact is Amy didn’t sell many records.” But Studt’s pop hopes may not be dashed, as Simon is determined to make Amy a success and may now relaunch her under his own label.

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