While Amy Winehouse produced a significant first appearance with trendy ballads like “Rehab,” it’s not the only thing which the British artist has captured the media’s interest with. She, just like various other individuals, fought with an being hooked on alcohol consumption and narcotics. Living the lifestyle of partying made her lose control of just about everything, compelling her to enter into treatment. Unfortunately, Winehouse left right after getting into the program without completing it.
Her gaunt visual appearance, which was associated with the drug and alcohol addiction, guided many enthusiasts and industry professionals to generally be quite anxious for her. Although she’d gained some of the weight back again and also appeared somewhat healthier, she had not released any hits, and it seemed that she had simply disappeared from the music world. While her supporters anxiously looked forward to a comeback, she in the end lost her grapple with addiction and sadly, she was found dead in her London apartment on July 23, 2011.