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Amy Winehouse Debuts Her Curvier Figure

Oct. 12 2009, Published 5:00 a.m. ET

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Amy Winehouse made an appearance in London on Sunday night allaying fears that her $50,000 recent breast surgery had gone wrong.

The Back to Black hellraiser had the secret boob job at a Harley Street clinic last week before appearing on Britain’s Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday night.

But the singer – who performed backing vocals for god-daughter Dionne Bromfield on the show – complained of pain afterwards from the implants that had boosted her from a 32B to a 32D.

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Winehouse, 26, was rushed to hospital a few hours after the show and was detained overnight to make sure that her breasts had not become infected from the surgery.

But on Sunday night she was all smiles as she visited the Rhum Shack and Restaurant in Camden with some friends sporting a form-fitting leopard print blouse and her trademark bee-hive hair-do.

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The singer showed off an eye-popping busty outline when she first burst on to the music scene in 2003.

But her drug abuse and torrid affair with ex husband Blake Fielder Civil left her body looking emaciated and skeletal.

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Friends claim she decided on the implants to boost her confidence as she tries to regain her figure after kicking booze and drugs.

The singer reportedly told other patients at the clinic that she had the surgery especially for her planned TV comeback on Strictly Come Dancing.



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