http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/showbiz/showbiznews.html?in_article_id=470586&in_page_id=1773&1 Amy's party-girl lifestyle takes horrific toll on her body Last updated at 15:35pm on 25th July 2007 Comments (5) A hard-partying lifestyle might be Amy Winehouse's trademark, but years of excess are leaving her body in a wreck. The singer, who has just has announced an 11-date UK tour starting in mid November, looked typically gaunt during an outing in London recently, with her barely there outfit revealing a boney frame and aged, saggy skin. Despite growing concern for the troubled star, her increasingly chaotic behaviour shows no sign of abeiting. Last week disgruntled fans walk out of her concert at the Eden Project in protest after she appeared to spit at the crowd. Reports also said Winehouse was in tears while on stage, hitting herself on the head with a microphone in frustration when she forgot the words to her songs. It was the first time she had performed after a string of cancelled gigs, but it left disappointed fans joining the growing chorus of people urging the singer to get help. Amy, who has previously admitted to self-harming, was seen with scratches on her chest The star was more subdued during her latest outing. As the 24-year-old walked back to her north London home she found herself subject to a bout of taunting, courtesy of a group of local teenagers. An onlooker said: "Amy was minding her own business on her way home when the youths started having a go at her. They looked quite scary, but she just put her head down and kept walking." Shorts shift: the star again wore her favoured look of skimpy shorts and a vest News look: Amy buying a paper and a sickly green ice lolly in her local newsagents The usually outspoken star resisted the jibes and managed to bite her tounge. Still, the defiant peformer has often said she has no plans to reform her usually wild behaviour, saying recently: "I'm not in this to be a role model." Despite her private dramas, the accolades for her music continue to role in: Back to Black, her second album, was recently shortlisted for the Mercury prize.