Troubled singer Amy Winehouse is set to return to rehab in order to battle her drugs addiction.
Amid public concern about her condition which arguably gets worse by days, Amy Winehouse is on her way back into rehab. The troubled singer reportedly is set to return to rehab in order to battle her drugs addiction and get sober.
Amy, who has spent two weeks in rehab in January, is likely to escape the U.K. and check into a rehab facility abroad. No words on the exact location and date just yet.
On her going back to rehab, The Sun quoted a source as saying, "Amy has admitted she needs to check into rehab again. There are too many temptations for her in the UK- people around her in London are making it impossible for her to stay clean for any length of time."
Her management, meanwhile, "had considered flying her to a clinic in Israel but are now looking further afield. They are assessing a clinic in Cape Town in South Africa."
In other Amy news, she's said to have been in talks to purchase Wheeler End Studio in Berkshire and intends to use it to record her next album. She has arranged a visit to the studio, which is on sale for 3 million pound sterling, the Daily Star reported.
Such famous artists, as Robbie Williams, Led Zeppelin and Oasis have used the studio in the past.