Carrie Fisher played Princess Leia in the first "Star Wars" in 1977 and returns this month in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." | Carrie Fisher, who will forever be known for playing Princess Leia Organa in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, has died, family spokesman Simon Halls has confirmed to ABC News.
The moment that interviewer lady said she was over 40, she lost control over this interview. She didnt know it, but that's what did it. That's when Carrie's brain sparked and the true brilliance began.
God I miss her...
Always loved Carries sense of humour! Dry witted,so sarcastic yet she seemed like if you needed a ear or just a shoulder to cry on she would be the 1st name that popped into ur head! That was the bright light she gave out and I’m just saying it because well I never knew her (Obviously) but as a good judge of character! Such a shame that the bright light she shone in and gave out the way she passed was never expected and I know all about her “Personal issues” but that doesn’t mean she had to leave in the manor she did! And hitting her mother SO HARD she (I think) she just simply gave up and died of a broken heart! Gary on the other hand is brilliant! Only Carrie would parade about on tv with such a strange,tongue hanging wee dude!! He’ll be heart broken too........... So sadly missed! You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone! That’s how I can sum it up!! Oh BTW how stunning is the presenter on that interview?? Gorgeous!! Maybe that’s how Gary’s tongue is hanging out because of that darling of a female doing the interview?!?
Carrie was two steps ahead of her the entire interview. Effortlessly hilarious & smart & playfully honest without being cruel. The best kind of humour. The interviewer handled her really well, she could have gotten defensive but she realised Carrie was just playing with her & played along with her & just let her talk. The best interviewers are the ones who don't love the sound of their own voices. Often when people are eccentric or random interviewers can be condescending but this interview was a joy to listen too. Also, Gary is beyond adorable RIP CARRIE x
Watching this interview a year ago is what introduced me to the real Carrie Fisher (I'd never watched an interview with her before; to me she was just Princess Leia), and I could not get over how brilliantly funny she was. Now I can't get over how much darker the world feels without her.
Todd Stein Billie Lourd (Carrie Fisher's daughter) is taking care of Gary.i believe it was one of Carrie's wishes in case something happened to her. But truly sad what happened Carrie was barely 60 and now she's gone.
love to her and Debbie and their family. love Garry and hope to God he's taken care of. Carrie loved animals and I have an even more greater respect for her. RIP Carrie and Debbie...icons gone but never forgotten xx
I've never watched any interviews with Carrie up until a few days ago. now I'm watching so many on here. I m upset over her and her mum ...this is just as awful as Wes Craven and Robin Williams passing. I'm not a star wars fan but those films are epic and changed cinema forever. was never a fan of Carrie before but now I am . so sad all this ...fuck 2016...fuck that fucking shit shit shit mega fucking shit year.
Hard to believe this is a year old now. Just as amusing as ever and one of my favorite Carrie interviews. It's very heartbreaking she is gone. A disturbance in the force if there ever was one. RIP lovely Carrie.
In a world of Celeb Fakery, Carrie Fisher was a lovely person, with huge charisma. Loved her debates and Emoji language on Twitter. Her lovely mum Debbie Reynolds was great too. To loose them both in the space of 24hrs is hard to take.
I remember when I was 4 and my dad showed me A New Hope for the first time. It blew my mind. Since then Star Wars has been a major part of my life. I remember being 7 and waking up really early on the weekends to play Lego Star Wars. To this day I watch all 7 movies at least once a month. When I heard Carrie passed it was like someone sucker punched me in the gut. I can just imagine at the end of Episode VIII seeing "In Loving Memory of Carrie Fisher." May she rest in peace.
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