What You May Not Know About Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher
Update Jan. 12th. 2017: “This is just the kind of news we needed to get over the mid-week hump. Singin’ in the Rain is coming back to theaters this weekend and we are buying our tickets ASAP. Entertainment Weekly reports that the classic Debbie Reynolds and Gene Kelly film will screen in theaters nationwide on Sunday, January 15th and Wednesday, January 18th in celebration of the film’s 65th anniversary.” (Source Hello Giggles)
It’s been an emotional week.
I gave it all that I had, and it’s gratifying that others seem to be receiving it so well.
— Debbie Reynolds
— Eric Rosswood (@LGBT_Activist) December 29, 2016
When I learned of Carrie Fisher’s passing → my heart ached for her and their families loss. Then two days later, learning of Debbie Reynolds death was just too shocking. All I could think was → Two of the brightest stars in the sky tonight. RIP.
There was this beautiful and pure bond their family illuminated. I hope that the light never fades its shine. That it lives on through their family ♥
I live right in front of my daughter. I have a little house right in front of her because I can stay in touch. It’s like a little commune, and it’s very nice, because you can be close. I can see my granddaughter. I live very close to my brother, too, and my son. We’re a very close family.
The story went that Carrie Fisher, at the age of 60, had a heart attack. Upon landing in Los Angeles on December 23rd she was rushed to the hospital. Through it all, her mother, Debbie Reynolds, was by her side.
And then …