Loved-up singer Amy Winehouse is pictured a shadow of her former self on the day she should have been celebrating her nomination for the Mercury Music Prize.
The star’s once curvy figure has been reduced to just skin and protruding bone. The pictures emerged as it was announced her second album, Back To Black, had been shortlisted for the most coveted prize in the music industry. She will battle it out with artists including The Arctic Monkeys, The Klaxons and Dizzee Rascal.
Dressed in her favourite body-baring denim hotpants and vest, as Amy arrived at a London train station with husband Blake Fielder-Civil she unwittingly revealed just how dangerously thin she has become.
Amy put on a bizarre display for commuters at Paddington station when she got down on her knees to readjust her famous beehive do.
She rifled through her bag for a brush and mirror, and ended up a good three inches taller after clumping a few more fistfuls of matted hair together on top of her head.
As she bent over, the 23-year-old singer looked worryingly thin as bones protruded from her lower back.
Onlookers say she nearly missed her train as her husband Blake Fielder-Civil stormed off after a tiff. But a close-to-tears Amy finally managed to persuade him to join her in the first class carriage of the train.
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