Amy Winehouse, the British singer died on Saturday at the young age of 27 after a long battle with drugs and drinks at her London home.

Police said they had found the body of a 27-year-old woman, Winehouse at a flat in Camden Square, north London, after being called by ambulance services around
1500 GMT (11 a.m. EDT).

Winehouse recently join the ’27 Club’ which includes rock legends Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain.

Winehouse who re-emerged from her stay in rehab performed in Belgrade, Serbia, where she appeared to be intoxicated during the performance.

The English born singer had been the focus of such scandals throughout her career, often battling drug and alcohol addiction. From her multiple stints in rehab to her
famous hit single 'Rehab,' Winehouse's popularity came despite - or perhaps because of - her almost humorous inability to stay on the straight and narrow.