After years of substance abuse, arrests, divorces and health woes, Amy Winehouse says she hasn't done drugs in three years and hopes to have a baby one day.
LOL, and God help us.
"I literally woke up one day and was like 'I don't want to do this any more," the singer told the BBC News. "I'm much healthier now. I used to use drugs and I haven't used drugs in almost three years. It's not a hard thing."
SO HEALTHY: Amy Winehouse is in tip-top shape, no doubt.
Funny thing is that for Amy Winehouse, "drugs" only mean heroin and cocaine. Even if she really cut those out, which we doubt, she still uses beer and weed ... A LOT.
In any case, the star is fresh off her first UK gig in two years, performing at a charity event near her home, Camden, and is planning to release a new album in 2011.
We've heard that ... every year since 2007!Winehouse last recorded music in 2006, when she released the album Back to Black, which earned her five Grammys. But since then, personal issues have taken over.
She gradually lost weight, has appeared drunk at concerts, has been involved in violent confrontations at clubs and other venues, running afoul with the law at times.
Photographs of herself covered in blood and/or appearing disheveled were a celebrity gossip staple for a time, as were reports of her hospitalization due to exhaustion.
She checked into a rehab clinic in 2008 after the release of a video that allegedly showed her smoking crack cocaine. Her father said she had developed emphysema.
Her love life took a turn for the worse as well. Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil divorced in 2009 after two years of marriage, but then got back together. Shiver.
Now, she says she would like to one day have a baby.
"I'm of the age when you start thinking about it - not seriously - but you start thinking about kids. But I'm not going to be getting pregnant in the next nine months."