The 'Mercy' singer once owned a house that fell down unexpectedly in south-west London

Oh dear – a house that used to be owned by singer Duffy is now no more, after it unexpectedly collapsed on Thursday.

According to BBC reports, the Georgian property fell down during a basement extension – eek! The house had six bedrooms, four bathrooms and three reception rooms.

Although estate agents say that she has sold the property, Duffy – real name Aimee Duffy – is still registered there on the electoral roll.

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Local man Stephen Beard saw the building collapse while walking his dog. Speaking to the BBC, he said: ‘I was able to get my camera out and take a photograph, which shows the dust blowing up from the collapsed building.

‘It was quite dramatic. I was going along for a peaceful walk and then this happens.’

Thankfully though, no-one was hurt.

Duffy, 31, first shot to fame in 2008 with the release of her album Rockferry, which spawned the singles Warwick Avenue, Stepping Stone and the unstoppable Mercy – it even got her a Grammy nomination!

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