Amy Winehouse has described her collapse and hospitalisation this week as "one of the most terrifying moments of my life."
Instead of singing, Amy Winehouse would like to speak out this time on. The troubled singer addressed her collapse which caused her to be hospitalized earlier this week, claiming the unfortunate as "one of the most terrifying moments of my life."
Amy was admitted to London's University College London Hospital on Wednesday morning August 8th in what her representative said for "exhaustion." Nevertheless, rumors are mounting that her recent hospital emergency visit was not due to "severe exhaustion," but a huge drug and booze overdose.
Breaking her silence on that matter, Winehouse said "It was just crazy-one of the most terrifying moments of my life. I don't know how to explain what happened. I don't really know myself. I can't remember what I looked like. I couldn't recognize myself. It was terrifying-I was terrified."
She furthermore was quoted as saying, "I was so out of control. It just happened. It shocked me. I'm sorry-I just don't know what got into me. I never want to feel that way again. I've scared myself this time. I was all over the place. I know things have got to change. I have to sort myself out."
Winehouse is said to have taken a combination of alcohol and drugs - including heroin and ketamime - before collapsing and being rushed to hospital. In fact, she is refusing to enter rehab again, insisted "I'm fine. I'll be back at work on Monday. I'm fine, honest."
Let's hope she will learn her best this time and transform into a much better person.