Say it ain't so, Princess Leia!!
Last week, Debbie Reynolds revealed Carrie Fisher lost a whopping 40 pounds in preparation for the upcoming Star Wars flick!
However, it seems the 57-year-old actress may not have lost all that weight by choice! In a recent interview, carrie revealed:
That’s true dedication!
The legendary actress Debbie Reynolds looked fabulous as ever as she chatted with Mario Lopez on Extra, and of course her daughter came up!
Carrie Fisher, aka Princess Leia, has been tapped to reprise her role for the newest Star Wars, but she had to/wanted to (hopefully she wasn't forced!) drop some serious poundage to make it happen.
Yeah, yeah — we already heard that Carrie Fisher was pumped that she has free access to trainers that Disney has hired to whip her back into shape for her return to a galaxy far far away, but did you know they hired one for Mark Hamill, too??
Top nutritionists and fitness trainers have been hired, and we get the feeling that we'll be seeing
The truth is finally coming out!
Two days before Carrie Fisher boarded the Holland America Eurodam cruise ship, where she experienced a bipolar episode, she's now revealing that she had a nightmare.
During her scary dream, the actress said that an armed militia was waiting inside the boat, but instead of not getting on the ship, she calmly warned her assistant that she didn't have to go, but she did.
A few weeks ago, Carrie Fisher went cray cray with a bipolar episode while she was performing on the Holland America Eurodam, and after her mama, Debbie Reynolds spoke up on her behalf, the 56-year-old actress is finally sharing her side of the story.
While everyone thought that Miz Fisher was on drugs and alcohol and was having a MAJOR breakdown during her performance, the starlet admitted that her behavior was horrible, she said:
We're so glad to hear that Carrie Fisher is doing well!!
Last week, the actress went nuts during a performance aboard the Holland America Eurodam in the Caribbean, and unfortunately went to the hospital because of her bipolar disorder.
But now, her mother Debbie Reynolds revealed that she's recovering with grace.
OMG. How insane!
Last week, Carrie Fisher gave a craaaaazy performance on the Holland America Eurodam in the Caribbean, and after she sang a few off-key tunes, she was hospitalized because her bipolar disorder was acting up.
Miz Fisher was dubbed the so-called surprise celebrity guest on the ship, and it's been reported that she was actually drunk as a skunk while she was trying to get her sing on.