Amy Winehouse - Amy Winehouse's Dad Feels Her Presence10 February 2012
Mitch WInehouse says he feels daughter Amy - who died last July aged 27 - is ''with him all the time''.
Amy Winehouse's Dad Feels Her Presence
Amy Winehouse's dad still feels her presence with him.
Mitch Winehouse is convinced the spirit of his late daughter - who was found dead in her London home last July aged 27 - will be with him at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (12.02.12), where she is posthumously nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for 'Body and Soul', her duet with Tony Bennett.
Mitch said: "I'm a firm believer in life after death and she's with me all the time. She'll definitely be there.
"[I'm most looking forward to] picking up Amy and Tony Bennett's Grammy."
Tony added: "Absolutely, yes [she'll be there]. She's a great, great artist. I made a wonderful recording with her. That was her last record."
In 2008, Amy scooped five Grammy Awards - Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the single 'Rehab', Best Pop Vocal Album for 'Back to Black' and Best New Artist - and performed at the ceremony via a satellite link up.
Mitch says the ceremony was always important to Amy, particularly after her record-breaking haul of wins four years ago.
He told E! News: "That night at the Grammys was pivotal for her because she realised what a talent she was. And how much she enjoyed that evening, it gave her a new lease on life. So the Grammys are very important to Amy and to my family."