July 21, 2011 15:40
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Singer joins goddaughter Dionne Bromfield onstage at London Roundhouse
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Amy Winehouse made her return in London last night (July 20) a month after her disastrous performance in Belgrade.
The singer made a surprise appearance at the iTunes Festival during her goddaughter Dionne Bromfield's set at the Roundhouse in Camden.
Winehouse gave the 15-year-old a hug, danced with her and urged the audience to buy her album 'Good For The Soul', which was released earlier this month, reports Metro.
Her appearance comes just a month after the singer cancelled her entire European tour following her performance at Kalemegdan Park.
During that show she was booed repeatedly for delivering shambolic versions of 'Valerie', 'Back To Black' and 'Love Is A Losing Game'.
The singer also spent much of the gig mumbling the words to her songs and stumbling around the stage, which she often left altogether.
Winehouse's official website Amywinehouse.com was defaced by hacking group SwagSec shortly afterwards.
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