In the very last performance before her untimely death, Amy Winehouse didn’t spend her time belting out tunes from her hit records, instead she accompanied her goddaughter Dionne Bromfield on stage to complete a performance of the hit song, "Dear Mama."
That would be the last time the two would touch the stage together, but Dionne's music career continues to flourish.
In the first interview since the passing of her godmother, Dionne chopped it up with Flaunt Magazine to talk about everything from what it was like to grow up in school as the kin-by-choice of Amy Winehouse, to what she learned from the late pop star.
Take a look at some excerpts from the interview below:
On growing up as a pop star: “I went to an all-girls school and they were b-tchy. Someone found out that Amy was my godmother and came right in my face and said, ‘Oh, so Amy Winehouse is your godmother? Well, Britney Spears is mine!’ I have moved to a performance school now and everyone is very supportive there.”
On her godmother: “Amy used to call me her older sister, and I never understood why. I have seen the world through Amy. I know what is right and what is wrong. I love what I am doing. I look at it like a bundle of fun.”
On the songs she writes: “My album is basically a massive gossip column about other people’s lives. I would say it is 80 percent about people and 20 percent is me. I like to observe the right- and wrong-doings of others.”
Dionne was signed to Amy's record label back in 2009. Check out the photos of the UK beauty in the gallery above, and be sure to check out Flaunt Magazine for the full effect.