Amy Winehouse death: Celebs pay tribute to the singer

Amy Winehouse death: Celebs pay tribute to the singer

With the death of singer Amy Winehouse over the weekend, celebs pay tribute to the star via Twitter...

As the world mourns the death of singer Amy Winehouse who died over the weekend, fans and celebs alike pay their tribute to the troubled musician on Twitter.


Her long time friend Kelly Osbourne tweeted: ""I can't even breath right my now I'm crying so hard I just lost one of my best friends. I love you forever Amy and will never forget the real you."

Mark Ronson - who produced her hit album Back To Black - posted: "She was my musical soulmate & like a sister to me. this is one of the saddest days of my life.”

Meanwhile fellow female soloist Jessie J told fans: “Amy not only did you set the standard for UK females music to break boundaries & have no limits. You bought honestyℜlife to our lives through your music. I will not only be forever inspired by you but thankful we were blessed by your voice & songs; that will never be forgetten. I will not let you down. #ipromise R.I.P x”

As the news of Amy's death unfolded on Twitter, it rapidly became a trending topic with fans across the world sending their messages of condolences to the star and her family.

A sad day for music, Amy's last public appearance was with her god-daughter Dionne Bromfield at the Camden Roundhouse where she encouraged fans to buy the young singer's album.


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