Fans who want one last chance to say goodbye to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds can do so today, as a joint memorial service for the mother-and-daughter Hollywood royalty will be live-streamed starting at 1 p.m. PT on debbiereynolds.com.
“Star Wars” composer John Williams and singer James Blunt are scheduled to perform at the service, where Hollywood memorabilia collected by Reynolds throughout her life will also be on display, according to the Associated Press.
Fisher’s brother Todd organized Saturday’s service to give fans the chance to honor his mother and sister. There was a private memorial in January at Forest Lawn in Burbank for family and friends, with mourners including Meryl Streep, Tracey Ullman and Stephen Fry.
Fisher, who shot to global prominence as a teenager after playing Princess Leia in “Star Wars,” died on Dec. 27 at the age of 60 after suffering a medical emergency on a flight from London a few days earlier. Her mother, Reynolds, who also had her breakout role at 19, in “Singin’ in the Rain,” passed away the following day at 84.
The two had a strained relationship for much of Fisher’s life, but they became much closer toward the end. A documentary about their relationship, “Bright Lights,” premiered on HBO in January.