Amy Winehouse is helping to launch her goddaughter's music career. The troubled singer begged organizers of London's Berkeley Square Ball - an annual charity event in aid of The Prince's Trust - to let 12-year-old Dionne perform at the event Thursday night and she was eventually allowed to take to the stage.
A source said: "Amy's really pushing Dionne to be a big star. Amy's manager Ray always supports the Berkeley Square charity bash so she asked organizers if Dionne could perform a couple of numbers."
Joss Stone is recording a song for U.S. democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.
The "Fell in Love With A Boy" singer was reportedly asked to lend her voice to the song - which will be used as a theme to Obama's election campaign later this year - because she will appeal to voters of all races.
Amy Winehouse is planning to release the song James Bond bosses rejected.
Amy - who worked on the track with super producer Mark Ronson - is keen to show her effort is better than Alicia Keys and Jack White's collaboration, which was eventually chosen as the theme tune for 'Quantum of Solace'.