A large crowd of people gathered outside a crematorium in north London Tuesday where singer Amy Winehouse was being cremated following her funeral earlier in the day.
The cremation -- attended by Winehouse parents, other family members and close friends -- followed a private funeral service, held at nearby Edgewarebury Cemetery.
Reporters and fans besieged the entrance of Golders Green Crematorium as Winehouse's relatives and friends arrived for her cremation.
The 5-time Grammy winning artist is said to have idolized her grandmother, and even had her name tattooed on her arm.
The BBC reporrs that Winehouse's father Mitch read a eulogy that ended with the words: "Goodnight, my angel, sleep tight. Mummy and Daddy love you ever so much."
According to a family spokesman, Mr. Winehouse "told some great stories from childhood about how headstrong she was".
The service, which was led by Rabbi Frank Hellner and included prayers in English and Hebrew, ended with a rendition of the Carole King song So Far Away.
Mr. Winehouse said the song had been a favorite of Amy’s and that they had often sung it together.
A family friend Alfie Ezekiel, 55, from Essex, told the BBC that between 300 and 400 people attended the service.
Ezekiel said the service had been "joyful" and "very moving" and had "celebrated" the 27-year-old singer's life.
Music producer Mark Ronson ( brother of Samantha Ronson), who worked on Winehouse’s smash album, Back To Black, was also there.
As RadarOnline.com has previously reported, Winehouse was found dead Saturday at her flat in London. She was 27. An autopsy performed Monday was inconclusive as to the cause of death and results of toxicology tests won’t be back for 2-to-4 weeks.
Although Winehouse had a well documented battle with addiction, police have said no drugs were found in her home.