Another legend lost.
Debbie Reynolds has died at the age of 84, only one day after daughter Carrie Fisher's own passing. On Wednesday, the iconic actress was rushed to the hospital after reportedly suffering a stroke.
Her son, Todd Fisher revealed the tragic news later that day.
Sources told TMZ that, before her hospitalization, Debbie was planning her daughter's funeral at Todd's house had been devastated over the Star Wars alum's untimely death.
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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.
Over the years, the late legend had also been nominated for multiple Emmys, Globes, and an Oscar, and in 2014, Ms. Reynolds was awarded the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award.
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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