Singer Amy Winehouse underwent medical scans and tests in a London hospital on Thursday, three days after she collapsed at home.
The troubled star was admitted into a private clinic in Marylebone on Monday after she fainted in her London home.
Tests to determine the cause of the collapse have so far proved inconclusive, but on Tuesday, the 24-year-old was allegedly warned by health experts her drug addiction will end her life – unless she manages to kick her habit once and for all.
Winehouse’s spokesman Chris Goodman released a statement on Thursday, revealing the 24-year-old remains under close watch.
He said: “Amy has undergone more scans and tests and we are awaiting the verdict of her doctors.”
Goodman also claimed Winehouse is still on course to perform at a concert marking Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday on 27 June, and at England’s Glastonbury Festival a day later.
He added: “At present, she still intends to perform at the two scheduled dates next week. However, a decision will be made entirely upon the advice of her doctors and in her best interests.”
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