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Dionne Bromfield hails Amy Winehouse at Big Chill gig

Amy Winehouse and Dionne Bromfield
Image caption Winehouse was Bromfield's mentor

Amy Winehouse's 15-year-old goddaughter Dionne Bromfield has paid tribute to the late singer by performing one of her songs at the Big Chill music festival.

Bromfield, who was signed to Winehouse's Lioness label, described her "mentor and boss" as an "amazing singer".

She closed her set at the Herefordshire festival with a tearful rendition of Love is a Losing Game.

Winehouse, 27, died on 23 July.

Bromfield's set included songs from her two albums as well as covers including Cee Lo Green's Forget You and her first single, the Shirelles' Mama Said.

Winehouse's family are currently awaiting the results of toxicology tests to establish the cause of her unexpected death, following years of alcohol and drug addiction.

Her family are keen to help young people with addiction and her father Mitch has urged politicians to do more for young people needing help.

He recently met senior politicians in Parliament to discuss drugs policy and treatment services.

A duet between jazz legend Tony Bennett and Winehouse, Body and Soul, is to be released as a charity single.

Proceeds will go to the foundation being set up by Mitch to help those struggling with addiction but who are unable to afford private treatment.

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