However, now he said that as the Back to Black star's struggles with her spiralling drug habit, her long-term welfare was far more important than any career success. "What is happening now is not very pleasant for anybody to watch. I feel she seems to be sad," The Sun quoted Godwyn, as saying.
"People talk about wasted talent, but I don't look at it like that. If Amy never made another record again it would be sad, but it's less about the music for me and more about 'this is a human being that maybe isn't very happy,' " he added.