Although Amy Winehouse developed quite a debut with popular ballads like “Rehab,” it is not the sole thing that this British singer has grabbed the media’s focus with. She, like various other men and women, was battling with an addiction to alcohol consumption and narcotics. Living the lifestyle of partying made her lose control of almost everything, compelling her to initiate rehab. Regrettably, Winehouse left right after entering into the program without completing it.
Her gaunt physical appearance, which had been in connection with the drug and alcohol abuse, brought many fans and industry professionals to generally be quite worried on her behalf. Even though she had gained a portion of the weight back again and appeared somewhat more healthy, she’d not produced any hits, and it seemed as if she’d simply disappeared from the music stage. While her followers anxiously awaited a comeback, she ultimately lost her fight with substance addiction and sadly, she was found dead in her own London apartment on July 23, 2011.