Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher Dual Funeral in the Works

Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher Dual Funeral in the Works

Debbie Reynolds was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday, one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher's death.

Carrie Fisher led an open and courageous life-which included raising her daughter Billie Lourd without assigning her a gender.

While the project, "Bright Lights: Starring Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher", was always meant to tell their story, it will now pay poignant tribute to their unique lives and bond. "I can't imagine losing two such pillars in such a short time".

"She left very shortly after that and those were the last words she spoke", he said.

Most of her early films were MGM musicals, but it wasn't until 1964 that she received an Oscar nomination for best lead actress in the 1964 movie "The Unsinkable Molly Brown". She notably starred alongside Gene Kelly in "Singin' in he Rain" in 1952 when she was 19 years old.

"I have no regrets about my career. Well, mental health-related causes, and $4.5 million of that money is allocated just for me". "All I could do is love her, and always shall". I've had to walk through a lot of my tears but she's worth it'. "Turning people gay is kind of a superpower of mine", she wrote.

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'Debbie Reynolds was pure class.

Carrie's ex-husband Paul Simon sent love to the actress too, tweeting that she had passed away "too soon". "I can't imagine how Billie feels please concentrate your energies on helping her through this tornado of tragedies", he said. While Reynolds had undeniable charisma and energy in fun musical numbers, she also showed off serious acting chops in movies like The Catered Affair.

Ms Fisher was born in Beverly Hills, California to Ms Reynolds and singer Eddie Fisher, who also found fame hosting his own television show.

"She had collapsed on the set and they had to take her to Cedars Sinai [hospital]", Reynolds told Oprah Winfrey in a joint interview with Fisher in 2011.

An HBO documentary will air in 2017 on the lives of the mother and daughter, "Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds".