Plans to unveil a statue of late British singer Amy Winehouse in London have been postponed after her father decided he was unhappy with the final design. Officials in the British capital have given the go ahead for a tribute to the tragic star to be unveiled outside the Roundhouse venue in Camden, north London, and the finished product was due to be presented later this month (Sep13). However, the unveiling may now be delayed after her dad Mitch found fault with the bronze by artist Scott Eaton. Winehouse's former boyfriend Reg Traviss tells Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper, "Mitch wants it to be just right and he doesn't want anything to go up that he's not completely satisfied with. But obviously it's never going to look exactly like her." Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning in 2011.