Amy Winehouse spent her final hours drinking vodka alone in her bedroom and watching YouTube videos of herself, a court was told yesterday.
A second inquest confirmed the 27-year-old died of alcohol poisoning at her north London home on July 23, 2011.
Miss Winehouse drank so much that she stopped breathing and fell into a coma.
The inquest was re-heard because the coroner at the first hearing did not have the correct qualifications.
St Pancras Coroners Court was told that the Grammy award-winning singer, who was battling alcoholism and bulimia, spent the night before her death watching clips of herself on her laptop.
She was found dead on her bed 12 hours later, with the laptop beside her and two empty vodka bottles on the floor.
Her live-in security guard Andrew Morris said Miss Winehouse was her ‘usual, bubbly self’ on the evening of July 22.
In a statement read out to the court, he said she was watching television and listening to music in her room.
Later, she came to show him YouTube clips of a man she had gone out with. He said she had been drinking but he could tell she ‘wasn’t completely drunk’.
She ‘stayed up in her room watching YouTube clips [of herself]’, which he had not seen her do for some time, he added.