Amy Winehouse's latest rehab stint has forced record label bosses to postpone plans to release her long-awaited third album, according to a U.K. report.
The British singer, who has long battled drink and drunk addiction, checked into The Priory clinic on Wednesday (25May11) to undergo a treatment program, with the singer's publicist revealing she was admitted to make sure she is ready for gigs in Europe this summer (11).
However, a new report now suggests Winehouse's planned comeback is set to be delayed to give her time to recover fully.
A source tells Britain's The People, "She has finally finished the album and it's ready to go. They were just about to finalise a release date and then this happened. She is back in rehab for the foreseeable future so it is just a question of waiting and seeing now. But there is no way they can give a specific release date until they know she is likely to be out."
A statement from Winehouse's representative previously revealed, "She will remain at the Priory on doctor's advice."
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