When reports surfaced on Saturday morning that “Rehab” singer Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London apartment, celebrities rushed to voice their condolences via Twitter regarding the 27-year-old’s untimely death.
One of Amy’s very close pals Kelly Osbourne could hardly handle the horrible news as she took to her Twitter page to write, “i cant even breath right my now im crying so hard i just lost 1 of my best friends. i love you forever Amy & will never forget the real you!”
Katy Perry wrote kind words on her Twitter account of Amy, “RIP Amy Winehouse. May she finally find peace.”
Dancing with the Stars host Brooke Burke expressed the importance of living each day to the fullest when she heard the news, tweeting, “Just read the sad new about Amy Winehouse. Prayers for her and her loved ones. Life is precious.”
Similarly, Pete Wentz took to his Twitter to make sure his fans appreciate every moment that they have on earth, writing, “super sad to hear about the news. RIP. never take life for granted.”
Benji Madden, of the band Good Charlotte, explained that, “No words can ever really make Sad News any better R.I.P. AMY,” on Twitter.
“OMG” artist Usher tweeted, “I’m so sad to hear the horrible news of Amy Winehouse’s death. I’m so happy I knew you Amy…Rest Well. Gone Too Soon…we’ll miss you!!”
Samantha Ronson was a bit protective of the London native, tweeting against any negative comments made about Amy.
“I’m not sure how anyone with a soul can make jokes about the passing of one of the most talented artists this generation will see,” Samantha posted on her Twitter this morning.
Reality starlet Kim Kardashian voiced her respect for Amy’s talent, tweeting, “I just heard the news that Amy Winehouse passed away. What a true talent. I pray she’s in a better place & at peace.”
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians starlet’s sister Khloe Kardashian echoed her sibling’s sentiments, tweeting, “Wow! I just heard about Amy Winehouse passing away! Wow! So sad :( what an amazing talent.”
Amy was nominated for six Grammys in 2008 for her album Rehab and took home five of the awards.