LONDON – A sad fan wore a top owned by Amy Winehouse this Thursday-- after the diva's dad gave her clothes away, The Sun reported Friday.
"She was my idol," 17-year-old Marcella Wright said outside the London home where Winehouse died.
The star's dad sadly gave away her belongings to mourners, saying, "It's what she'd have wanted."
Cab driver Mitch Winehouse, 60, stunned the crowds holding a vigil at the soul diva's home by emerging with clothes, jewelry and trinkets.
Handing out some of her clothes in the street, he explained, "These are Amy's T-shirts. This is what she would have wanted -- for her fans to have her clothes."
John Gallagher, 16, said of the T-shirts, "They were very small in size and skinny, like her figure." His dad got a pair of the singer's sunglasses.
Mitch Winehouse went to the house in Camden, north London, with the singer's mother Janis, 56, and her brother Alex for the task of sorting through her things.
The singer's most cherished items, including her guitar and notebooks, were taken away by the family. A pair of her ballet shoes were in her dad's back pocket. He declared sadly before leaving in a taxi, "God bless Amy Winehouse."