Ellen DeGeneres leads stars paying tribute to Debbie Reynolds… just a day after daughter Carrie Fisher passed away
Celebrities have taken to social media to express their heartache after Debbie Reynolds death on Wednesday.
Ellen Degeneres was among many to pay tribute to the fallen star on social media.
The 58-year-old chat show host took to Twitter to talk about the iconic actress who passed away at 84 along with her daughter Carrie Fisher who had died just the day before at 60.
Sending their love: Many paid tribute to Debbie Reynolds (pictured with her late daughter Carrie Fisher in 2014) after her death on Wednesday
Touching: Ellen DeGeneres shared her feelings about the tragic loss
Ellen wrote: ‘I can’t imagine what Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds’ family are going through this week. I send all of my love.’
This comes just hours after TMZ claimed Debbie suffered a possible stroke while talking funeral plans for daughter Carrie Fisher – who passed just one day earlier – with her son Todd Fisher at his Beverly Hills home on Wednesday.
The news of Debbie’s health sparked thoughts, prayers, and love from the likes of Mia Farrow, George Takei, and William Shatner.
Best friend: Carrie Fisher’s dog’s account also posted a few tributes to the legendary actress
Paying tribute: Anna Kendrick, Bette Midler and Zoe Saldana were among those who took to social media to pay their respects
‘Wishing Debbie Reynolds health and recovery. My heart goes out to her and her family,’ wrote George.
Mia, meanwhile, tweeted, ‘Sending love and every good thought to @DebbieReynolds1.’
William Shatner wrote, ‘I heard about Debbie Reynolds. Let’s pray that it’s nothing serious.’
Outpouring: Many other celebs expressed their feelings over the tragic news
Lea Thompson took to Instagram to post a photo of her with Carrie, as she expressed her sadness at the death of the Star Wars actress and the news of Debbie’s health.
‘For some reason I wanted to post this. My heart is sad for #debbiereynolds #carriefisher and the rest of her family. 2017 has got to be better. #faith,’ she captioned the snap.
Carrie’s half-sister Joely Fisher shared a photo of her with Debbie on the red carpet.
‘God speed mama,’ she tweeted.
‘My heart goes out to her and her family’: George Takei expressed his sympathy for Reynolds and her loved ones
‘Sending…every good thought’: Mia Farrow tweeted her well wishes to the star
‘Let’s pray that it’s nothing serious’: William Shatner expressed his concern
‘My heart is sad’: Lea Thompson expressed sadness for both Debbie and her daughter Carrie
In her thoughts: Lea Thompson expressed her sadness at the death of Carrie Fisher and news of Debbie’s health on Instagram
Debbie was taken to hospital in Los Angeles on Wednesday from her son Todd’s Beverly Hills house, TMZ reports.
The pair are said to have been planning Fisher’s funeral when Reynolds took ill. An ambulance was leaving his home shortly after 1pm.
Reynolds is understood to have been in a ‘fair to serious’ condition when she was hospitalized, adds the website.
Carrie, 60, died in a Los Angeles hospital on Tuesday four days after suffering a heart attack on board a transatlantic flight.
Memories: Carrie’s half-sister Joely Fisher shared a photo of her with Debbie on the red carpet
‘Step…away’: Diane Warren had strong words as she made her outrage clear
Courtesy: Daily Mail Online