Ain’t that a bitch?

Debbie Reynolds, the Oscar-nominated singer and actress, died on Wednesday shortly after saying she wanted to be with her daughter Carrie Fisher.

Her death came just one day after Fisher, Princess Leia in the Star Wars films, died of a heart attack.

4 comments on “Ain’t that a bitch?

  1. I always hate the public outpouring of grief when a celebrity dies; people who have never mentioned George Michael to me ever suddenly being his biggest and bestest fan ever is a recent example.

    However, for the first time ever I was genuinely sad when Carrie Fisher died. I guess being brought up with Star Wars and being a huge fan was a part of it, although I doubt I’d be sad if Ford or Hamill died. I think it’s maybe because I see a little of myself in her as a bit of a fuckup who doesn’t really give a shit what people think. I dunno… it’s just really weird I actually gave a shit when I heard. It could also be that she looked incredibly hot in that gold bikini mind. Her mum dying a day later of heart break just made it worse.

  2. @Dongguan John, December 29, 2016 at 1:02 pm
    “I always hate the public outpouring of grief when a celebrity dies; people who have never mentioned George Michael to me ever suddenly being his biggest and bestest fan ever is a recent example.”

    Something else we can blame on Blair – he actively encouraged it when his “People’s Princess” died in a car crash because she was not restrained by a seatbelt [the survivor was].

  3. I was 18 when Diana died and I remember my only concern was that they postponed the Liverpool v Newcastle match that I had a bet on.

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