Amy Winehouse Ashes Will Be Scattered With Her Grandmother's, Report Says
Amy Winehouseâ€™s funeral was held this morning at Edgewarebury Cemetery in the Golders Green area of London. Her family, close friends and music executives attended the private service at to mourn the loss of the 27-year-old retro-singer, who was found dead in her north London home on Saturday.
Amy will be cremated, UK's The Sun reports, via Radar Online, adding that some of her ashes will be scattered with those of her grandmother Cynthia, who died five years ago from lung cancer.
Amy had a very close relationship with her grandmother, and had her name tattooed on her arm to show her affection.
The five-time Grammy winner â€” who triumphed in the music industry but at the same time struggled with drug and alcohol addictions â€” was found dead in her bed Saturday morning, with no trace of outside substances around her.
Officials conducted an autopsy on Amy Monday, and have revealed as of now her cause of death was inconclusive.
Further toxicology tests will be conducted to determine the cause of death, but results will take two to four weeks.