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Debbie Reynolds died on Dec. 28, 2016 — just one day after daughter Carrie Fisher‘s sudden death. Reynolds would have celebrated her 85th birthday on April 1, and the late mother-daughter duo were remembered at a public memorial on March 25. Before her death, Reynolds sat down with People to discuss her illustrious Hollywood career, painful divorces, relationship with her children and more. Read the 2011 profile below:
“Hello, dear,” says Debbie Reynolds with a smile, offering a hug at the door of her Beverly Hills bungalow. Sunny, modest and packed with memories, her home is equal parts everyday-grandma’s house and glamorous testament to »
- Mary Green
Not everyone got an invite to the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards, so Et is taking fans inside the star-studded event and highlighting all of the unseen moments.
Here’s what you missed from the live broadcast:
Red Carpet Recovery
Prior to her big win, Tracee Ellis Ross booked it off the red carpet and immediately kicked off her shoes. The Black-ish star got a quick post-carpet touch-up thanks to L’Oreal’s complimentary hair and makeup room. She spent the last few moments before the show began lounging in a comfy chair with her shoes off before she had to hit the stage to accept »
2016 claimed a long list of entertainers, but the grim reaper’s most unexpected one-two punch came between the final two holidays with the death of movie icons Carrie Fisher on December 12 and her mother Debbie Reynolds a mere 36 hours later. With the premiere of the documentary about the pair, “Bright Lights” on HBO this weekend, we at the Geeks site thought we should take a look at their considerable contributions to film.
Let’s start with Carrie, who was born in Hollywood, USA on October 21, 1956, the daughter of Debbie and singer/actor Eddie Fisher. She appeared on stage with her mother throughout the late 60’s and early 70’s, even getting her first small screen credit in the 1969 TV movie “Debbie Reynolds and the Sound of Children”. It wasn’t until 1975, when she would make her big screen debut opposite Warren Beatty (quite an arrival) in Hal Ashby’s hit Shampoo. »
- Jim Batts
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