Cheryl Cole was among a host of musicians to pay tribute to Amy Winehouse on the first anniversary of her death yesterday (July 23).
The 'Call My Name' singer sent a message of support to Amy Winehouse's dad Mitch over Twitter.
''.. @mitchwinehouse Dear Mitch.. Thinking of you and your family today and sending you all lots of love x,'' tweeted Cheryl.
Amy passed away at the age of 27 in her Camden home last July following an ongoing battle with alcohol.
Mitch has since helped to set up the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which provides support for young people with addictions.
''Thank you all for your wonderful messages. We miss Amy so much but her/our work will continue. Long live Amy. Mitch,'' he tweeted on Sunday night.
The Winehouse family and friends gathered outside her Amy's London home last night (July 23) on the one-year anniversary of her death.
Her father Mitch was joined by her mum Janis, goddaughter Dionne Bromfield and close friend Tyler James.
The family were visible moved when fans crowded outside the Camden home sang Back To Black in tribute to the singer, who died last year at just 27.
After visiting the Camden where Amy was found dead a year ago, her family then headed to her 'favourite jazz bar' Jazz After Dark in Soho.
He said: ''There are going to be lots of tears and lots of laughter, and that is exactly how Amy would have wanted it.''
Family and fans pay tribute to Amy