15 year old singer Dionne Bromfield has revealed that she has still not come to terms with the death of her godmother Amy Winehouse. Dionne admitted that the last time she saw Amy was possibly the best that she had looked since the two had met.
Bromfield explained, "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. 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."
She then added, "No-one wanted to believe it. The whole atmosphere went from being happy to everyone just quiet," she recalled. "You think it's just some sick rumour, you're waiting for someone to say it's not true. People were saying, 'Don't do it, if you don't want to do it', no-one was pressurising 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'."
Dionne Bromfield has previously paid tribute to her godmother, her mentor, her friend Amy Winehouse. Dionne also performed at the Big Chill Festival on Saturday, where she once again paid tribute to Amy, with a moving cover of her track ‘Love is a Losing Game’.