Plastic Surgery Addict Amy Winehouse's Autopsy Reveals No Cause of Death

Former singer Amy Winehouse and among the many plastic surgery “addicts” among celebrity circles, died on July 24, 2011 and the autopsy reveals no cause of death at this time. The Los Angeles Times reports that the 27-year-old singer has left fans and family members waiting for the final toxicology results that won’t be ready for another two to four weeks.  Fans and family members from around the globe have been paying their respects to the singer this week, and the world is waiting for the toxicology reports to come back to find out what exactly happened. It is unclear whether the death was caused by a drug overdose, a homicide or even suicide.

Former Plastic Surgery Addict Amy Winehouse and her Death

Winehouse has been hailed as one of the most talented singers of our generation, but was often in the press for her extreme lifestyle and plastic surgery addiction. Winehouse had undergone a breast augmentation procedure during her career, and wasn’t afraid to share that she had had a boob job that almost doubled her cup size. The Sun reported that Winehouse had also considered getting buttock implants to improve her figure.

Breast implants and buttock implants continue to be among the most-coveted procedures for women who want to improve their figures. 

Winehouse’s parents Mitch and Janis were “devastated and speechless” when they heard the news about Amy Winehouse’s death. A taxi driver who attending a gathering in Camden Square in North London to pay their respects shortly after the news about Amy Winehouse’s death told The Sun reporters, “Amy was about one thing and that was her love, her whole life was devoted to her family and her friends and to you guys as well.”

Popular Celebrity Plastic Surgeries

Amy Winehouse is among the many stars that underwent plastic surgery to improve her figure. She was often in the media for her breast implants and even made a public statement that she wanted to get more plastic surgery, including buttocks implants. Other popular celebrity plastic surgeries of our time include lip augmentation, rhinoplasty (nose job), liposuction and breast lifts. Some stars become plastic surgery “addicts” when they continue to undergo multiple surgeries in order to fix their figures. Plastic surgery addiction is becoming more common in Hollywood, and some stars like Heidi Montag, Cindy Jackson and Sarah Burge aren’t afraid to admit they have a problem.

If you’ve thought about getting plastic surgery, set up a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon in your area to find out if you would be a good candidate for a procedure.