Beloved Actress Debbie Reynolds has died at the age of 84. The actress was rushed to the hospital on the afternoon of December 28, 2016, after suffering a massive stroke.
Debbie was at her son Todd Fisher's house in Beverly Hills, CA, when she suffered from the stroke that took her life. Tragically, the event took place only a day after the passing of her daughter, Carrie Fisher.
Reynolds' had an incredible career, which spanned over seven decades including early films, television shows, and musicals with that famously lovely voice of hers.
Debbie Reynolds was loved by many and was known to have an vicarious amount of gusto just like her daughter, Carrie Fisher.
Hollywood and fans alike are deeply saddened and even angered by the unfortunate news of her passing.
Rest in peace, Debbie Reynolds. You'll be remembered as one amazing actress, performer, and mother.
Always Sing In The Rain...
OKAY, that is enough, 2016! How could you take Debbie too? My heart breaks for their whole family. I can't even imagine. @DebbieReynolds1— Mary E McGlynn (@MaryEMcGlynn) December 29, 2016
Singin' in the Rain was a movie that I've loved for so long and inspired me so much. Rip to Debbie Reynolds, you incredibly talented woman.
Debbie Reynolds was one of the last of Hollywood Royalty. It breaks my heart that she is gone. I'd hoped that my grieving was done for 2016.— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) December 29, 2016
carrie fisher, watching her mom, debbie reynolds, from the wings. pic.twitter.com/jlDviXjhQJ— aidan alexander (@aidan) December 29, 2016
Debbie Reynolds, a legend and my movie mom. I can't believe this happened one day after Carrie. My heart goes out to Billie.— Albert Brooks (@AlbertBrooks) December 29, 2016
Debbie Reynolds helped light my passion for performing with Singin' in The Rain. She will always be an icon. Rest with Carrie, Debbie.— Grant Gustin (@grantgust) December 29, 2016
Debbie Reynolds was pure class. She was loving, talented, beautiful, unsinkable. I feel sorry for anyone who never got a chance to meet her. pic.twitter.com/XrIDFuLfYU— Larry King (@kingsthings) December 29, 2016