Winehouse’s career going up in smoke
Family and friends have reportedly left Amy Winehouse alone on the paradise isle of St Lucia, for the singer is not being able to quit smoking.entertainment Updated: May 25, 2009 17:00 IST
Family and friends have reportedly left Amy Winehouse alone on the paradise isle of St Lucia, for the singer is not being able to quit smoking. Sources say that the singer’s well wishers have flown back to the UK after failing to stop her life plunging towards meltdown.
Winehouse’s manager and producer have also given up on her, according to sources. “Everyone is very worried about where it’s all heading again,” the Daily Star quoted a source as saying. The singer’s efforts to record a new album in a studio specially built at her villa have ground to a halt.
“Not only has her constant drinking resulted in erratic, moody and volatile behaviour, she’s physically not up to recording because of the amount of cigarettes she’s smoking which has taken its toll on her voice,” the source said. “Now she’s left with no one and just her booze, fags, and an empty studio,” the source added.