Amy Winehouse has left a London hospital after completing a stay of more than 10 days.
Show is now being treated as an outpatient, a rep confirmed to Access Hollywood.
The singer, who reportedly is in the early stages of what could lead to emphysema, will continued to be monitored.
“She will return for regular appointments for “check[-up]s,” Chris Goodman, Winehouse’s rep, told People. “There comes a time when you are ready to leave the hospital, and so she left. No one was trying to keep her there. It was completely up to her — everyone knew she would not stay there forever.”
It wasn’t the embattled singer’s first departure during her treatment. She sang at Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday celebration on Friday and at the Glastonbury Festival on Saturday night, where she reportedly threw a punch at a fan, according to the Associated Press.