Amy Winehouse’s Goddaughter Inundated With Messages Of Support On Twitter

By Cliff RenfrewRadar Reporter

Amy Winehouse’s goddaughter, singer Dionne Bromfield has been getting support from thousands of the tragic performer’s mourning fans via Twitter.

Winehouse – who was mentoring the 15-year-old’s career – appeared live on stage with Bromfield just three days before her shocking death at her Camden home.

And the aspiring singer – who now has more than 43,000 people following her Twitter page – is grateful for the condolences as she tries to get over the loss of her musical mentor.

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In her latest Twitter entry she wrote: “Thank You All for your Loving Messages and Support Amy had a Place in her Heart for each and Everyone of You.x”

One fan Nicole Bailey comforted her by sending this amazing sketch of the Back To Black singer who died aged only 27 last Saturday in London.

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Bromfield replied by saying: “This is so beautiful. Thank you.x”

Talented Bromfield released her debut album on Winehouse’s Lioness Records label in 2009.

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Amy joined the teen on stage as she performed her hit Mama Said, and video of the two, obtained by, shows the Back to Black star dancing and clapping along to the music.

Wearing skinny jeans and a black polo shirt Amy chewed gum and smiled throughout the performance before hugging Bromfield and addressing the screaming crowd.

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Winehouse had not been on stage since her disastrous appearance in Belgrade last month. That show was cut short by a booing audience, leading to the cancellation of her planned European comeback tour.

Today some of the star’s possessions were seen being loaded-up inside a truck parked outside her Camden house.


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