Amy Winehouse's father, Mitch, says he fears his troubled daughter is going to die, and die "a very slow and painful death" at that.
"She won't die of a drug overdose, it won't be that quick," he told the BBC News. "She will die, unfortunately, of emphysema. That would be the most likely scenario if she didn't check her behavior, which she is doing."
Mitch Winehouse added that Amy's incarcerated husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, should probably check into rehab when he gets out of prison.
Wonder where he got that amazing insight?
"If he comes out and they go back to doing what they were doing before, she is going to have a serious health problem," the elder Winehouse said of Blake Fielder-Civil, who has been locked up for the past seven months.
"He's a fit young man, he could probably carry on like this for the rest of his life. Amy can't and he has to understand that," Mitch said.
Amy Winehouse - who has been in the news recently for a series of strange behavior and drug-fueled melees - will stop performing in September to conserve her voice. She will also start writing her new album around then.
Well, that's the plan unless a spontaneous coke binge interferes.