Powerhouse singer Amy Winehouse has been found dead in her London home, as reported by Sky News, The Daily Mirror andThe Huffington Post. The star died of a "suspected drug overdose," after having battled drug and alcohol addictions for years and checking in and out of rehab, her latest stint in May.
Winehouse had recently pulled out of a string of upcoming performances after appearing frazzled during a performance in Serbia in June. She was 27-years-old.
Winehouse is best known for her Top Ten single "Rehab" from her Grammy-winning album Back to Black.
After a riveting performance of "California King Bed," staged fireworks caught fire to an overhead light at Rihanna's LOUD Tour stop in Dallas, TX (July 8). NBC News and Neon Limelight report that fans at the American Airlines Center had been quickly evacuated and that there are no injuries.