One more thing -- her wig is looking much better this time around!
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And now, TMZ had obtained both their death certificates. The Singin' In The Rain star's official cause of death has been deemed an intracerebral hemorrhage, which is the medical term for a hemorrhagic stroke.
The medical emergency she suffered in December was caused by hypertension — AKA high blood pressure — and made a blood vessel rupture, causing bleeding in her brain.
The document lists Carrie's cause of death as "cardiac arrest/deferred," which means the medical examiner still hasn't figured out what caused the massive heart attack she suffered four days before her untimely passing.
TMZ is reporting that the LA County Coroner's Office will conduct toxicology tests to figure out if any drugs in the actress' system could've factored in to her death.
Rest in peace, you two.
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You go, girl!
The Heathers star powered through her fatigue to bust her best moves alongside celebrity trainer Neda Soderqvist, while calling herself a "cancer slayer" and delivering a motivational message in the process!
The 45-year-old captioned the clip:
"Radiation is tiring. It builds up within you and sometimes one just struggles to keep their eyes open. You can see how tired I am here but I'm still moving!! Any movement is so good during treatment, not just for the body, but for your mind as well. #cancerslayer @jammalibu @themamarosa"
Be sure to check out her amazing moves (below)!
Wow! That's a LOT of blood!
But, on Thursday night, the Wild 'N Out personality took to Instagram to reveal he was finally free!
The actor shared a video of himself after he "broke out" of the facility, exclaiming:
"By his stripes I am healed! Ain't no hospital bed that can hold me!"
The 36-year-old told his 1.8 million followers that he had a TON of transfusions while at Cedars, saying:
"Five blood transfusions, what? Naw, it ain't nothing. Let's go."
And in the vid's caption, the America's Got Talent host explained he had been at the hospital for two weeks, and joked about his release, writing:
At least Debbie Reynolds went peacefully.
On Wednesday, the Hollywood icon tragically passed away after suffering a stroke. The 84-year-old had been at her son's home, planning the funeral of her daughter, Carrie Fisher, who had died only one day earlier.
The late legend's son, Todd Fisher, had previously revealed his mother's last words were "I want to be with Carrie," and explained in a new interview with ABC News on Thursday that the Singin' In The Rain star had gotten her wish, saying:
"She loved taking care of my sister more than anything. So, she gets to do that, and that's what she wanted to do. I don't think she really meant it quite like that, but … she went to go see her again."
The filmmaker also revealed that the Texas native's death was a gentle one, recalling:
Another legend lost.
Her son, Todd Fisher revealed the tragic news later that day.
The Texas native was nominated for a Golden Globe for her breakout role in the 1950 flick Three Little Words, but really skyrocketed to fame at 19 as the leading lady in Singin' In The Rain.
Throughout her expansive career, Debbie appeared in notable films like The Unsinkable Molly Brown, How The West Was Won, Bundle Of Joy, and many, many more.
Our thoughts are with everyone affected by this terrible tragedy, especially Billie Lourd, who has now lost both her mother and grandmother in such a short time.
Rest in peace, Debbie.
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