The singer and god-daughter of Amy Winehouse took to the social networking site to publicly back James, who was also a close friend of the late star.
Bromfield described James's version of Steve Winwood's 'Higher Love' as "amazing" before stating that she hopes to meet up with him soon.
She wrote: "Hey @TylerJames777 Just seen your performance #TheVoiceUK You were amazing.. I'm there on the 12th So hopefully we can catch up!!!! (sic)."
James replied: "Luv ya darling", to which she responded "Love you trouble;-p.xxx".
Tyler James was voted through to the next round of the singing competition by the viewing public earlier this evening (April 29).
James was also voted the third best performer on Saturday's first live show by Digital Spy readers behind Ruth Brown and Jaz Ellington.
Watch Tyler James perform 'Higher Love' below: