Amy Winehouse

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File this one under "Saw That Coming."

A few days after Amy Winehouse regained her infamy by stumbling and generally not singing her way through a concert in Serbia (it's a novel approach, we'll give her that), the ever troubled Brit has wisely called off the remainder of her planned 12-date European tour.

Her rep, Chris Goodman, said that Winehouse "is withdrawing from all scheduled performances" while she focuses on recovering. The singer has a history of drug and alcohol abuse and checked out of the Priory Clinic earlier this month, just one week—yes, week—after checking in.

Needless to say, seven days does not a robust recovery make.

In the wake of her Serbian performance Saturday night—which just as quickly made its way online and began the viral rounds—she scrapped this week's planned appearances, but perhaps learning from mistakes of the past, have since reconsidered that plan of action and are instead canceling the whole shebang.

"Everyone involved wishes to do everything they can to help her return to her best and she will be given as long as it takes for this to happen," Goodman said, without actually divulging any on-record reason for her weekend behavior.

Though that's probably because none is needed. Good luck, Amy.

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