Amy Studt Out At Polydor, But Pop Hopes Still Flicker

The Sun reports Polydor has dropped , 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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