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St Lucia can't get enough of Winehouse despite shambolic performance.

Byline: ANI

London, May 11 (ANI): Rehab singer Amy Winehouse's performance at St Lucia's jazz festival might have ended in shambles, but the locals are still rooting for her and hope to bring her back in the future.

St Lucia's Tourism Minister Allan Chastanet has revealed that he was disappointed by the show, with Winehouse boozing on stage and then slumping down on to a speaker, but he is still supporting her.

"It's a shame it did not go better but we will bring her back in the future. We fully support her and hope she can get well. We have a lot of admiration for her," the Sun quoted him as saying.

Meanwhile, the singer has been drowning her sorrows after the dire show on May 8 at the island's bars. (ANI)

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