Amy Winehouse will regretfully not be making her comeback during Island Records' 50th Anniversary gig on May 31st.
"Amy Winehouse's management has regretfully announced that Amy and her band will no longer be performing at the Shepherd's Bush Empire," her rep said in a statement.
"Amy would like to apologize to her fans who bought tickets for the shows."
It seems that her health still isn't good enough for the troubled singer to perform.
In other Amy Winehouse news, Daphne Barak is currently filming a documentary featuring the life of Amy. The doco titled "Saving Amy" will be released at the end of the year.
"Amy and her family will be the subject of a new documentary later this year," the announcement read. "The journalist spent time with Amy and her family recently on St. Lucia, and in true honest to goodness Amy style, the doc will be a truthful and revealing look at her complicated lifestyle."