Amy Winehouse plays secret comeback show

Singer’s gig is a sober affair after rehab stint

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Amy Winehouse played a secret comeback show on Sunday (June 12) at London’s 100 Club.

According to The Sun, the singer was uncharacteristically sober during the show.

A 'source' is quoted by the tabloid as saying: “Gone was the fragile, volatile and unpredictable Amy. She wasn’t knocking back vodka on stage – and she definitely hadn’t stopped by at the off-licence on her way to the gig.”

They added: “Amy was on fantastic form. She looked and sounded great. It was like one of her old performances. She had the crowd laughing along with her gags, poking fun at herself and dad Mitch. She also threatened to flash her boobs and made a few jokes about her voluptuous look.”

The singer is said to have played some new songs, amongst the likes of ’Rehab’, ’Valerie’ and ’Back To Black’.

Winehouse recently checked into The Priory to once again seek treatment for drug and alcohol addiction.

The singer is currently booked to appear at three European festivals during the summer, including the BBK festival in Bilbao.

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