Amy Winehouse, the English born songwriter-singer has once again postponed the idea of getting rehabilitated from her habit of taking heroin. She has made it clear that she would not go back for the programme to set herself free from the habit without her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, beside her. It was rep
orted that Amy was hospitalized after a continuous partying bout for three consecutive nights. She collapsed on Wednesday, last week, after the third night and was taken to University College Hospital, London
The 23 years old star who was nominated for three MTV Video Music Awards is famous for her debut album "Frank" (2003), and songs like "Stronger than me", "You know I'm no good", "Tears dry on their own" and the mostly remembered "Rehab".
Both Amy and Blake were found addicted of heroin and cocaine and were interested in quitting the habit together. But they could not go on with the programme. Staying just for 48 hours in the first chapter they returned on Thursday for a second attempt in vain.
Amy appeared on Sunday again just to move back after a heated argument with Blake. According to her as life partners they must try their chance of quitting the addiction together. She also said that if she didn't get her husband beside her during the session she won't be able to continue it.