We’re about to make you feel really sad… Dionne Bromfield has spoken about the death of her godmother and mentor Amy Winehouse, admitting that Amy’s death doesn’t feel real yet.
Speaking on Radio 1’s Breakfast Show today, the 15-year-old jazz singer said, "I still don't believe it, it's not sunk in. At Amy's funeral it hit me hard. But now I hear about her a lot, you see pictures of her, she's on the radio, so it's like she's there, but you can't physically see or feel her.
Referring to Amy’s last public appearance at her iTunes Festival gig in Camden, Dionne revealed that Amy was at her best just days before she tragically passed away, "The last time I saw her she was fine. I think that was the best time I've ever seen her... It's such a shame to know she was at her best moment and three days later she was gone."
Dionne also discussed her decision to go on stage in Cardiff just minutes after she’d heard the sad news about Amy, "People were saying, 'Don't do it, if you don't want to do it', no-one was pressuring me, but I knew Amy would want me to do it, she was one of my biggest fans. I didn't want to be sitting there crying. I thought, 'Amy loved to see me perform, do it for Amy'".