The crowd at the Big Chill Festival in Herefordshire cheered on 15-year-old singer Dionne Bromfield as she broke down in tears last night at the memory of her godmother Amy Winehouse
The young soul singer began to cry at the end of her set at Eastnor Castle as she dedicated final song to the star – a cover of her hit Love Is A Losing Game.
The crowd encouraged her to keep performing as she told them: "She was an amazing singer. She was not only my godmother, but she was my mentor and my boss as well."
Bromfield, who was signed to Winehouse's label Lioness Records, appeared teary-eyed and was almost unable to sing the last few words as she choked up.
At the time of Winehouse's death, Bromfield wrote:  "I feel like apart of my Soul has departed with the beautiful Song Bird Amy. She loved everyone … Thank you all for your loving messages and support.
'Amy had a Place in her Heart for each and everyone of you."

Kanye West, who headlined on Saturday night, also paid tribute to the late star.

He told the crowd: "I was at Paris fashion week a few years ago with my fiancee at that


"We went to a house party and I met this beautiful, amazing, talented and

funny woman. This is in memory of her."

He then played a medley of Winehouse's songs.

Watch Bromfield and Winehouse perform together at Camden this year: