Amy Winehouse cancels rest of European tour

British singer Amy Winehouse performs at the 46664 charity concert in honour of Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday in London, Friday, June 27, 2008, The former South African president's 90th birthday falls on July 18. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

June 21, 2011 4:09:12 AM PDT
Amy Winehouse canceled part of her European tour on Sunday, a day after the British singer was heavily booed for being late and displaying erratic behavior on stage during a concert in Serbia. Chris Goodman says Winehouse "is withdrawing from all scheduled performances."

Winehouse's show in Belgrade on Saturday was supposed to be the first stop on a European summer tour. But she was jeered and booed as she stumbled around the stage unable to remember the lyrics to her songs.

The next day, management canceled shows planned for Istanbul and Athens this week.

The rest of the tour -- due to end in Bucharest, Romania, on Aug. 15. -- has now been scrapped.

Winehouse has sought rehab therapy in the past after her widely publicized battles with alcohol and drugs.