Fans of soul singer Amy Winehouse, who died due to alcohol poisoning 1 year ago, have gathered outside her London home to lay flowers and cards in her memory.
The renowned singer with her trademark beehive hairstyle shot to fame with her 2003 debut album "Frank".
Later her award-winning follow-up "Back to Black" became the UK’s bestselling album of the 21st century following her death last July at the age of 27 after a highly publicized battle with drug and alcohol addiction.
In an interview her father said that family members and friends would be attending prayers with a Rabbi followed by a celebration in his daughter's favourite jazz bar in London for "tears and laughter".
Since Amy’s death, the Winehouse family have set up a foundation to help people struggling with addiction.