may be in rehab in England, but there's still the chance she'll go to Los Angeles
for the Feb. 10 Grammys, says her father.
Confirming that his daughter remained under "medical supervision," Mitch Winehouse told BBC radio station
1Xtra that the singer, 24, spent a night in the hospital, where she was placed in a drip as a means "to rehydrate her after she'd been vomiting" as part of her treatment for drug addiction.
Amy Winehouse entered rehab
on Jan. 24.
"Everything is going according to plan, and she's perfectly okay," Mitch Winehouse said, explaining that Amy was now out of the hospital and back in the rehab center.
The day she entered the facility, her rep said Winehouse "has come to understand that she requires specialist treatment to continue her ongoing recovery from drug addiction and prepare for her planned appearance at the Grammy Awards. She is nominated in an incredible six categories."
Her nominations include
album of the year (Back to Black
), song of the year and record of the year ("Rehab"), and best new artist.
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