Amy Winehouse's Family Release Statement
As reports suggest an autopsy could take place today...
Amy Winehouse's family have released an official statement following theBlake Fielder Civil is also said to be "inconsolable" following her death, with reports suggesting that he collapsed in prison when given the news.
Blake told The Sun: "I'm beyond inconsolable... my tears won't dry. I will never ever again feel the love I felt for her. Everybody who knew me and knew Amy knew the depth of our love. I can't believe she's dead."
The 27-year old's death is still being considered as "unexplained" with an autopsy expected to be carried out today.
A Scotland Yard spokesman has stated: "Inquiries continue into the circumstances of the death, which at this stage is being treated as unexplained. We do have people we're speaking to but nobody has been arrested."
They added: "A number of people were helping police with their inquiries but we are still trying to establish who was with her when she died. It's fair to say these people are central to police enquiries in piecing together what happened before she died."
Following Amy's sad passing, it is thought that her unfinished third LP could be given a posthumous release, with The Daily Telegraph claiming that the Back To Black singer recorded "a lot of material" before her untimely death.
Mojo magazine's editor-in-chief, Phil Alexander, stated: "It is inevitable that her death will elevate her reputation and that there will be a third record released. It's difficult to place her in the pantheon of greats now because the truth is that her career was still in its early days."
"That's the tragedy of the situation. She was a wonderful writer. The thing that's very sad about this is that there was so much more to come."