British spongstress Amy Winehouse has refused to seek help for her dramatic weight loss, and insists getting professional advice for her problem is a “waste of time”.
The Frank hitmaker – who used to sport a fuller figure – has been the subject of much criticism over her slender seven stone (44.5 kilogram) frame, but is adamant she can sort her own lifestyle out without having to see a health advisor.
“Someone tried to get me into a weight rehabilitation thing, but I’m the kind of person who can do it by myself. I’m not in denial; I knew I had a problem, but it got to the point where it was like, ‘We want you to eat three solid meals a day,’ and I was like, No girl under the age of 30 eats three meals a day. Girls eat two meals a day,” she says.
“(The doctor) was another one who kept going on about addiction problems and I was just like, ‘Aw mate, I can’t.’ The thing with people like that (is) they don’t have music in their lives, so they don’t have an outlet. It’s boring. They’re wasting their own time, let alone mine.”
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