Amy Winehouse fainted in her London home Monday and was taken to the hospital, her spokesman confirms to PEOPLE.
Though she "quickly recovered" from not feeling well, the soul diva, 24, did require her manager's assistant "to stop her falling" in her home, her rep said, according to the BBC. The singer's father, Mitch Winehouse, accompanied her to the hospital "as a precaution," according to the rep.
Doctors are unsure as to the cause of the incident and the star may be kept in hospital overnight for observation.
The 24-year-old had been signing autographs for Canadian fans who had been waiting outside her house all day, her spokesman said.
She is being treated at the London Clinic in Marylebone.
According to the BBC, the 24-year-old singer was signing autographs for Canadian fans who had been waiting outsider her home all day. Her manager's assistant was able to stop Winehouse from falling.
"Amy was at home this afternoon when she briefly fainted," her representative told Usmagazine.com. "Fortunately, her manager's assistant was there to stop her falling. She quickly recovered and her father Mitch took her to hospital as a precaution. Doctors are unsure of the cause of the incident and Amy is currently undergoing tests."