Jewish Celebrities Tweet Their Respects to Amy Winehouse
Celebrities from both side of the Atlantic take to twitter to share their feelings.
Amy Winehouse, the troubled British jazz-soul singer was found dead in her home in Camden Square in northern London on Saturday. Following the news, Jewish celebrities from both sides of the Atlantic took to Twitter to share their feelings of the singer’s death:
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