Amy Winehouse may be gone, but she won't be forgotten, as her music will forever live on in the hearts of fans around the world. Thankfully, before she died, the 27-year-old 'Rehab' singer was able to hit the stage for one last performance.

Winehouse appeared on stage in London earlier this week for the iTunes Festival, and performed the Shirelles' classic hit, 'Mama Said,' alongside her goddaughter Dionne Bromfield ... Sort of. The late singer did dance for fans and mouth the words to the catchy tune, though she never actually sang or held a mic, and thus, could not be heard by the crowd.

The video below, taken just days before Winehouse died, shows the pop singer bouncing around the London stage, clapping and smacking a piece of gum with a distant look on her face, as if she had already checked out mentally -- though perhaps she was simply trying to lend the show-stopping to Bromfield.

Prior to her London appearance, Winehouse delivered a shocking show in Serbia in June, which the media labeled the 'worst in the city's history.' Shortly after, she canceled some dates on her European tour, which was scheduled to last through August.

Amy Winehouse was found dead on Saturday, July 23, in her London home. She was 27.

Watch Amy Winehouse's Last Performance