Amy Winehouse canceled her opening slot for the Rolling Stones in Dussledorf Germany Monday night and is resting under a doctor's orders following her suspected drug overdose on Tuesday (August 7). Winehouse told Britain's News of the World newspaper: "It was just crazy—one of the most terrifying moments of my life. I don't know how to explain what happened. I don't really know myself. I can't remember what I looked like. I couldn't recognize myself. I was terrified.

"I was so out of control. It just happened. It shocked me. I'm sorry - I just don't know what got into me. I never want to feel that way again. I've scared myself this time. I was all over the place. I know things have got to change. I need to sort myself out."

She said: "I'm fine. I'll be back at work soon. I have to. I'm fine, honest."

Meanwhile, Amy insists to no one's surprise that she will not be entering a rehab facility, despite reports she checked into London's swanky Priory in South West London. She believes talking to her father is the best solution. "He sorts me out. When I get self-destructive I just need to spend time with my dad. Rehab is a cop-out."