Singer communicates with dead Amy Winehouse?

According to the National Enquirer, Bieber recently watched a documentary about the late singer and he hasn’t been the same since.

Justin Bieber relates self with Amy Winehouse in NME magazine

Justin Bieber believes he's been coached by dead British singer Amy Winehouse?

"Justin said it made him cry. Amy truly touched his soul. Then she started sending him meaningful messages through dreams – transmitting personal and career advice," a source tells the tabloid.

The source goes on to say that Bieber related to Winehouse’s complicated relationship with the media and fans, and supposedly thought, "Who better than Amy to help me cope with insane fame, right?"

Now, Gossip Cop claims the report is "complete nonsense". While admitting that the Biebs may very well be a fan of the late musician, the site reports that there's no way he believes her spirit is guiding him.

In his interview with FME magazine November 2015 issue , Bieber opened up about dealing with several 'demons', admitting that he's "depressed all the time" but  also thinks he's "kindda cool." He shockingly draws similarities between himself and the late Amy Winehouse; saying he can relate to the singer when she was spiraling out of control.

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