Bressie has opened up about the death of Dolores O’Riordan.
The Cranberries singer was found dead at the age of 46 last month in the London Hilton on Park Lane hotel – and the news of her death has devastated fans worldwide.
Bressie worked as a Coach on a season of The Voice of Ireland alongside Dolores, where he got to know her as the “kindest person”.
Speaking exclusively to Goss.ie at the Xposé Benefit Awards, Bressie said, “It was very, very tough.”
“I suppose all the tributes to her are about her band and her singing and her music, but as a person she was the most kindest person you’ll ever have met, and I think everybody in The Voice will tell you that.
“Everyone who worked with her, from the crew, to the team, to the Coaches, there was just something special about her, there was an energy about her.
“I think everybody was very much very deflated and it’s still very hard to get our head around it. It’s immensely sad,” he added.
The singer attended her funeral in Limerick last month, after posting a touching tribute to her on Instagram after the news of her death broke.
Sharing a picture with Dolores, Bressie wrote, “I will remember every conversation and every moment I was lucky enough to spend with this beautiful soul.”
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