Amy Winehouse has stripped off in a magazine shoot to help raise awareness about breast cancer among young women.
The Back to Black singer appears with just a guitar and two pieces of duct tape in the black and white shot, which appears in Easy Living magazine.
Winehouse was photographed by Carolyn Djangoly for the campaign, which has also persuaded singer Sade and actress Helena Bonham Carter to remove their clothes.
While Winehouse is concentrating on helping to raise cancer awareness, it seems that singer Bryan Adams has been focusing his musical efforts on her.
According to a report in the Daily Mirror, Adams has written a song about her after the troubled singer went to stay with him over the new year at his luxury Caribbean villa.
One of the songs on his new album, 11, says: "She may look like a lady, but she's a flower grown wild."
It adds: "Nobody saw The Tears in your silk and lace, the scarred little kid behind your face."
The paper reports that Winehouse has agreed to perform the song on stage with him when he tours later this year.
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