It's still unfathomable that Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds are no longer with us.
Following Carrie and Debbie's shocking deaths this past week, TMZ reports family members are in the midst of organizing a joint funeral for the pair.
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As we previously reported, Reynolds' last words conveyed her desire to be with Fisher at any cost. The icon's son Todd Fisher confirmed his mother was absolutely devastated by her daughter's passing.
Considering the pair's closeness, their loved ones are gunning for a joint funeral, explaining:
This is a very complicated and upsetting case.
On Friday, James and Bethany Modisette formally sued Apple over the tragic death of their 5-year-old daughter Moriah on Christmas Eve in 2014.
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The family was driving on an interstate in Dallas when another car slammed into their vehicle, severely injuring Moriah and their other daughter Isabella. Unfortunately, Moriah did not survive the injuries of the wreck and later died at the hospital.
According to police, driver Garrett Willhelm was using FaceTime when the horrible incident occurred. Traffic had slowed down right before the crash, and it's presumed the offending driver wasn't paying attention which caused him to
Ellen Pompeo is now a mother of three!
Yup, the Grey's Anatomy vet and husband Chris Ivery have welcomed their third child into the world. The 47-year-old's rep even confirmed the news with People magazine.
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The spokesperson noted:
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.
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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:
In the wake of Carrie Fisher's sudden death, Star Wars fans are mourning the loss of Princess Leia the only way the know how: with the Force.
On Wednesday night, fans gathered to mourn the iconic actress's passing by holding lightsaber vigils in Austin and Anaheim.
The idea originated at an Alamo Drafthouse theater in Texas, who invited "Jedis of all ages" to honor Fisher's legacy and "dress up as their favorite STAR WARS characters, bring along as many lightsabers as you own, and invite your fellow Wookiees, Bounty Hunters, Ewoks, and Stormtroopers."
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Another vigil was organized in California's Downtown Disney on Wednesday night, where a couple hundred fans gathered to hoist their toy lightsabers in Fisher's honor.
Organizer Jeff Rowan said of the vigil: