Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher Public Memorial Service

It's been almost three months since the world lost two of the most iconic actresses in show business and on Saturday, March 25, fans can stream Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds' joint memorial service for a chance to say one last goodbye and honor the lives of the beloved mother-daughter duo. Reynolds died a day after Carrie Fisher's death.

A day later her mother, Singin' In The Rain star Debbie, 84, died after a suspected stroke.

Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds are being remembered by the fans who adored them.

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Blunt said about Fisher, "She's been a really creative input on my music".

"It looked like she asked permission to leave, told me she was going to leave, told me she loves me, closed her eyes and went to sleep", he said in an interview with USA Today. It was heart-wrenching. The idea that somebody would have to deal with that kind of a loss back to back, moment to moment - I mean we'd just had this frightful loss and then here you are just a handful of hours later standing in a different hospital in a different room. The new song will end, "I'm here to let you know/I'm here to let you go". "'You're going to take my dog, ' and, you know, all these little instructions". "And she starts running back through her estate, which we had done many times". Fisher told her that they didn't have to worry about that right away, but said he realized, "she was, like, asking my permission" to go. "If you had told me this story and I wasn't there, I would have a very hard time believing what I saw", he mused. While he was the one crying after they left the hospital on December 26, his mother "truly understood" what had happened, he said.

He then introduced several elaborately edited videos capturing moments from Carrie and Debbie's family life and their most memorable career highlights, punctuated by a live appearance from R2-D2, who rolled around the stage mournfully until being comforted by Todd. She reprised the legendary role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2016. "Everything that she was doing was turning to gold".

  • Michelle Webb