Amy Winehouse cancels her summer tour

Singer pulls out of a run of European shows

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Amy Winehouse has cancelled the rest of her tour dates for this summer.

The soul singer had a European tour booked, but none of these shows will now take place, reports BBC Newsbeat.

Following her shambolic weekend show in Serbia, all of Winehouse’s 12 summer gigs have now been cancelled. She had been set to perform in Bilbao on July 8.

A statement has been released saying: "Amy Winehouse is withdrawing from all scheduled performances... Everyone involved wishes to do everything they can to help her return to her best and she will be given as long as it takes for this to happen."

Winehouse was reported to have been uncharacteristically sober and on "fantastic form" at a secret comeback show at London's 100 Club recently and had also checked into the famous Priory clinic to seek treatment for drug and alcohol addiction in May.

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