Family and Friends Attend Funeral for Amy Winehouse
Family and friends attended a funeral today for Amy Winehouse, who passed away on Saturday. Among the mourners was Kelly Osbourne, who has just revealed details of her last phone call with the troubled singer. INSIDE EDITION has more.
A grieving Kelly Osbourne says she was one of the last people to speak to Amy Winehouse before her tragic death.
The 26-year-old TV personality and former Dancing with the Stars contestant was at the singer's emotional funeral Tuesday.
She wore her hair in a tall beehive, a poignant tribute to Winehouse's signature style.
Kelly revealed she spoke for an hour to Amy Winehouse by phone just hours before the troubled singer was found dead. She said nothing appeared to be wrong.
"I was speaking to her. She seemed absolutely fine. I don't understand how this could have happened," Kelly told the Daily Mirror.
Her mom, Sharon Osbourne, said on The Talk her daughter is heartbroken.
"Kelly had always always always [kept in contact]," Sharon told her co-hosts. "She's not doing good. She left for England. All the girls that used to hang out, they're all going over to her mum's," Sharon said.
Winehouse was cremated after a service attended only by family and friends.
"Amy's father Mitch gave the eulogy and he told stories about Amy's childhood. He said, 'Goodnight, my angel, your Mummy and Daddy love you very much,' " People's Julie Dam tells INSIDE EDITION.
Winehouse left a will designating her multimillion-dollar fortune to be divided among members of her family, including her mother, father, and brother.
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