Amy Winehouse’s Goddaughter Dedicates Song to the Late Singer

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Dionne Bromfield sang “Love is a Losing Game” at a U.K. music festival.

Amy Winehouse’s goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield, took the stage at the Big Chill Music Festival in England on Saturday. She sang one of Winehouse’s song, “Love is a Losing Game,” in dedication to her late godmother.

"She was an amazing singer," Bromfield said to the audience. "She was not only my godmother, but she was my mentor and my boss as well."

The 15-year-old teared up at the end of the song, but we cheered on by the audience. Bromfield is signed to Winehouse’s record label, Lioness Records.

Bromfield’s powerful vocals are reminiscent of Winehouse’s own. Bromfield also sang songs from her two albums, along with a cover of Cee Lo Green’s “Forget You.”

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Bromfield first found fame at 12 years old when she recorded a YouTube video with Winehouse in 2008. The video got tens of thousands of views in a matter of weeks. Winehouse sponsored a trip for Bromfield to 10-day intensive singing program in Los Angeles that summer.

Amy Winehouse, who was found dead in her London home on July 23, made her last appearance on a stage with her goddaughter. On June 20, Winehouse joined Bromfield on stage at The Roundhouse in London. Bromfield sang “Mama Said,” while Winehouse clapped and danced along.