Mark Ronson toasts Amy Winehouse at his wedding

The producer raises a glass to his late friend

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Mark Ronson raised a toast to his late friend and collaborator Amy Winehouse at his wedding to model/actress Josephine De La Baume over the weekend.

The ceremony, which took place in the south of France, saw Ronson pay tribute to the 'Back To Black' singer. According to a guest at the wedding, Winehouse would have sung at the event had she still been alive. The unnamed attendee told MTV:

Amy was a great friend of both Mark and Josephine and they would have been thrilled to have her with them at their big day, but sadly it wasn't to be. Amy would definitely have sung one of her hits at the wedding if she were still alive, as she meant too much to both of them. Her death devastated the pair of them.

Guests at the wedding included Kate Moss and Lily Allen.

Amy Winehouse's album 'Back To Black' recently became the UK's biggest-selling album of the 21st century. The second studio LP from Winehouse, which was originally released in 2006, has shifted an extra 175,000 units since the singer was found dead in her London flat on July 23.

Simon Cowell is apparently planning an Amy Winehouse tribute night for the new series of ITV’s The X Factor.

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