Todd Fisher Says Debbie Reynolds Did Not Die Of A Broken Heart
Dec 31 2016 by Johnnie Parsons
Debbie Reynolds is survived by her son, Todd, and her granddaughter, Billie Lourd, Carrie Fisher's only child. Carrie's death was devastating for Reynolds, who had suffered from health issues that were likely exacerbated by the tragedy.
Gary, a four-year-old french bulldog, became a social media sensation last year due to his appearances on-screen with Carrie during her press tours for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens and for her new book The Princess Diarist.
As Radar reported, Reynolds, 84, was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday evening in L.A., and died soon after from a series of strokes.
Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds will air Saturday, Jan. 7 at 8/7c on HBO.
"But I think if you put anyone in an unbelievable stressful situation that they were otherwise unprepared for, certainly a person can have this condition happen to them". He also told Good Morning America that Debbie had expressed her desire to be with Carrie before passing away, telling the show hosts that his mother said "she missed her daughter and wanted to see her again". "The two hardest things I ever did in my life are childbirth and "Singin' in the Rain'", she later said".
Fisher wrote about her relationship with her famous mother in her 1987 semi-autobiographical novel "Postcards from the Edge". News. "My heart and prayers are with Billie, Debbie, and all Carrie's family, friends, and fans".
"She literally spent her life caring after Carrie", he added, referring to his sister, who spoke openly about dealing with addiction and bipolar disorder.
Just past year, Reynolds was presented with the SAG Lifetime Achievement Award and was introduced by her daughter, Carrie.
Her portrayal of Margaret "Maggie" Brown in the film adaptation of the broadway musical "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" in 1964 earned her an Oscar nomination in 1965.