Boy George Offers Help To Amy Winehouse

Boy George Offers Help To Amy Winehouse

Boy George is reaching out to Amy Winehouse to offer some support in her battle with alcohol abuse.

He should know a thing or two about drug and alcohol addiction, since he’s been sober for over two years — and now he wants to help Amy. He posted the video of Amy’s terrible performance in Serbia on his Twitter page, showing the singer stumbling around and slurring her words.

He called the video “truly heartbreaking stuff” and tweeted to Amy, “Come to a meeting babe, do you know how loved you are?”

Later, he added, “Step 1 is all about that realization, I hope I don’t sound judgmental, I’m really not!…I don’t know why people put it on Youtube. I would just go home and cry.”

Since the Serbian show, Amy has canceled her comeback tour until she can return to her best. We’re hoping that she can get her life straightened out, it’s such a shame, she has so much talent.

Get well soon, Amy. You have a lot of fans who are looking forward to your return and takeover of the charts!

Boy George Offers Help To Amy Winehouse was last modified: June 29th, 2011 by Lydia Harris
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  • Lulu

    Thank you Boy George for reaching out and offering her your love and support instead of ridiculing her and judging her like so many have publicly done. It is nice to know that there are still some kind people in the world. People (bloggers and journalists) forget that she is just a human being like the rest of us and deserves as much compassion as anyone else. Addiction and alcoholism can happen to any of us and we probably all have, or had, a friend or loved one who suffers from some version of addiction. Remember that when you read stories of Amy’s illness. I wish her the best and also that moment of clarity and realization.