She’s not in L.A. to accept her awards in person, but Amy Winehouse was an early winner at Sunday night’s 50th annual Grammy Awards.
The pop singer – whose visa issues kept her in London, where she’ll perform via satellite – won best pop vocal album and best female pop vocal performance in awards handed out before the show (which airs at 8 p.m. ET on CBS). Click here for a list of the latest winners.
Mark Ronson, who produced Winehouse’s breakthrough album Back to Black, won producer of the year and called the 24-year-old singer “an amazing inspiration and has so much to do with the fact that I’m standing up here accepting this award.”
Other early winners: The White Stripes, who scored two, Bruce Springsteen (with three), Justin Timberlake and Maroon 5.