Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher graced the stage together one more time during a joyous memorial service Saturday at Forest Lawn cemetery in front of family, fans, friends, a dog, a parrot and even Star Wars droid R2-D2.
Todd Fisher, Reynolds' son and Fisher's brother, organized and hosted the two-hour event, making sure to put plenty of show business and laughs into the festivities to honor the mother and daughter who died within 24 hours of each other in December. Fisher, who was 60, and Reynolds. who was 84, are buried side by side in Forest Lawn.
"I am calling it a show because my mother didn't like memorials, she liked shows," Todd Fisher said from the stage. "This show was designed to be like in our living room, as if we were all a big family having a memorial for two amazing people."