Debbie Reynolds, Oscar nominated actress, and beloved star has passed away at the age of 84.
She was known for her tremendous roles in Singing in the Rain, and Bundle of Joy, but she was also known for her smaller roles, especially for the younger generation. She had roles in shows such as Will and Grace and Mother. Many Disney Channel fans knew her as Grandma Aggie Cromwell from Halloweentown.
Reynolds was the mother of the famous and equally beloved Carrie Fisher, who passed away the day before Reynolds at the age of 60. Both actresses will always be remembered by their family, friends, and their devoted fans. During this tragic time, fans thoughts and prayers are going out to Reynolds' family and friends. They send touching and heartwarming messages to those who are certainly feeling this loss.
Here are a few of the messages.
Rest in peace.
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Aww Debbie Reynolds died of a broken heart... So sad ... Now she and Princess Lea can be buried together— Valley❤️Girl4❤️Life (@BigGirl4Lyfe) December 29, 2016
RIP mother of comedians, Debbie Reynolds and space mom, Carrie Fisher. My heart is breaking.— sᴀᴋɪ (@notgomen) December 29, 2016
Peace find you Debbie Reynolds... My heart breaks for you losing your daughter but now you will find her...— Jenn (@Irishjenn2005) December 29, 2016
RIP Debbie Reynolds. Big loss, great talent. Watch her hold her own with Donald O'Connor and Gene Kelly in Singin' In The Rain. Brilliant.— John R. Bolton (@johnrbolton1) December 29, 2016
No no no no my heart is broken...rest in peace Debbie Reynolds you'll forever be an idol to me and so many
RIP Debbie Reynolds glad my generation got to know you as the witch in Halloweentown. https://t.co/uLLkPyEhWu— Evan Thomas (@Mr_EVANesCENCE) December 29, 2016
my heart hurts so much. debbie reynolds was such a wonderful human being as was her daughter.
RIP Debbie Reynolds.