Debbie Reynolds Has Passed Away At 84… A Day After Her Daughter Carrie Fisher

2016-12-29 01:45:09Z
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Another tragic story as we learn that Debbie Reynolds has passed away at 84-years-old.

Debbie quickly became Hollywood royalty after she rose to fame in Singin' in the Rain. She then went on to star in many other famous roles such as Tammy and the Bachelor and The Unsinkable Molly Brown which she earned an Oscar nomination.

The news comes after her daughter Carrie Fisher passed away just yesterday.

Earlier today, according to TMZ, Debbie Reynolds was rushed to hospital suffering a medical emergency… which was believed to have been a stroke.

The reports state that Debbie was at her son Todd Fisher's house in Beverly Hills and just after 1PM, an ambulance was called.

It is believed that Debbie was at Todd's house discussing funeral plans for Carrie when the stroke occurred.

Our thoughts go out to the family during this time.

 

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