At 5 foot 3 inches, covered in tattoos and sporting a massive beehive hairdo, British singer Amy Winehouse made her U.S. debut last spring with the platinum selling CD, Back To Black.
But despite her musical popularity, Amy’s lifestyle could bring her career (and life) to a sudden halt - she’s got a history of binge drinking, self-mutilation, marathon drug taking sessions.
The smoky-toned chanteuse who has repeatedly said “no, no, no” to Rehab may have finally realized she’s not invincible after collapsing from an overdose in August 2007.
Her stomach contained what should have been a lethal combination of Ecstasy, cocaine, vodka and a horse tranquilizer. THS examines the self-destructive path of the singer who says she will “be dead within a year.”