As friends and family of Amy Winehouse gathered together to pay tribute to the singer at her private funeral in London on Tuesday, legendary Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger turned 68. After a performance together in 2007 Jagger had said Amy was going to be just fine.
The two had performed together at the Isle of Wight Festival in a recreation of the Stones hit "aint to proud to beg."
In an interview with the Daily Telegraph days after the performance, Jagger said that Winehouse would come through her battle with drinks and drugs as a stronger person. " She is going through a normal part of her life in the public eye," he said.
"Everyone goes through this sort of thing when they become very famous so hopefully Amy will come out the other side with equanimity and a new lease of life," Jagger told the BBC
The talented by troubled singer Winehouse joined former Stones guitarist Brian Jones in the fateful " 27 club," on Saturday including other notable singers, Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Kobain. Jagger has not yet commented on her death.