Tragic singer Amy Winehouse spent the final hours of her life watching YouTube.com videos of herself, according to her former bodyguard.
The Rehab hitmaker was found dead in her London home in the early hours of the morning on 23 July, 2011, aged 27.
A second inquest into her death confirmed Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning, and on Thursday (10Jan13) her former live-in security agent, Andrew Morris, told the St. Pancras Coroners Court she had been watching television and listening to her own music on the eve of her passing.
Morris also revealed the Grammy Award winner, who seemed to be her "usual, bubbly self", had been sitting on her bed watching old clips of her performances, but as far as he could tell she wasn't "completely drunk".
Winehouse was discovered unconscious 12 hours later, with her laptop computer and two empty vodka bottles beside her.
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