The iconic Lady Gaga said she didn't feel alone because of Amy Winehouse who gave her hope.
Though mother monster didn't know the British singer personally, Lady Gaga told her 12 million Twitter followers that Winehouse brought changes to pop music.
"Amy changed pop music forever, I remember knowing there was hope, and feeling not alone because of her," Lady Gaga wrote. "She lived jazz, she lived the blues."
Grammy-winner Amy Winehouse died on Saturday alone in her London home at 27 years old. The cause of her death is unknown at this time, but toxicology tests are being done to make a determination.
Amy Winehouse was cremated on Tuesday.
Earlier this week Lady Gaga told AMP Radio that the British singer was an inspiration and that at times she would get mistaken for the British singer.
"I didn't know her...I loved her so much," Lady Gaga said in the AMP interview. "I was nobody when she was first coming out. I have really dark hair and all the time on the street people would go, 'Amy!' And they would go, 'Back In Black.' They'd scream at me. I loved her and I just remember feeling like I wasn't alone because she was so different and she was so special. It's really devastating and I think it's a lesson to the world: Don't kill the superstar. Take care of her. Take care of her soul."
She reiterated her love for the singer during an interview on Omaha 94.1 this week.
"Gosh, I am really devastated about it," Lady Gaga said in that interview. "I always felt like Amy had opened the door for girls a lot like me who didn't fit that exact real pop mold and real wholesome. She was really special and she is going to be greatly missed."