Well dang. Contrasted to recent events of scores of innocent people dying in horrible fashion, my sympathy for a celebrity death ranges somewhere between zero and zero.
Why did you even have to go down that route?
More people die every day in Somalia and various other countries in Africa. People in Iraq and other troubled countries are bombed and killed almost on a daily basis. They are as much as innocent as those massacred in Norway. Why do I not see you give a damn about them? Is it because it's European country? Or perhaps it's become daily news to hear of bombed trucks there-- "oh it's nothing, just the norm."?
If your post implies that the higher the number of deaths the more significant they are, then you are really contradicting yourself here.
Some people will be more sad for the loss of Winehouse because as a singer, she's more close to them through her music, than 100 strangers wounded/dead.
There's nothing wrong in mourning the death of Amy Winehouse along with the victims of Norway.
Learn to deal. Good day.