Taylor Lautner isn’t leaving Billie Lourd’s side following the shocking death of her mother, Carrie Fisher, and her grandmother, Debbie Reynolds, the very next day. The pair was laid to rest in a dual ceremony last week, which Taylor attended in support of Billie. Taylor and his “Scream Queens” co-star are continuing to spend time together and, according to a PEOPLE source, he’s been an incredible shoulder to cry on.
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Taylor Lautner was there for Billie Lourd on Friday as she laid her mother and grandmother to rest. The “Scream Queens” co-stars stayed close at the ceremony as the family honored the passing of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. The duo looked mournful, but the day wasn’t without its levity as Carrie’s remains were buried in her already infamous Prozac pill urn. After the service, Billie stopped by an In-N-Out for lunch.
See photos from the funeral and Billie’s fast food stop below.
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Emma Roberts and Lea Michele hit Barney’s New York in Los Angeles after attending the joint funeral of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. The duo was spotted as they left the store on Friday. The mood seemed somber.
The actresses wore shades of mourning as they cane from supporting their “Scream Queens” co-star Billie Lourd while her family laid two loved ones to rest. Both Emma and Lea kept their all-black ensembles simple, accessorizing with simple pieces.
See photos of Emma and Lea leaving the shop below.
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The entire galaxy seemed to pause for a moment to honor the passing of Carrie Fisher, the actress who played Princess Leia in the original “Star Wars” trilogy. It had barely started to spin again when the news came down that Carrie’s mother, Debbie Reynolds, had also passed away. In the midst of it all was Billie Lourd. The “Scream Queens” star is Carrie’s daughter and Debbie’s granddaughter, and she’s finally spoken about where she’s at following the tandem of deaths in her family.
“Receiving all of your prayers and kind words over the past week has given me strength during a time I thought strength could not exist,” Billie wrote in an Instagram caption. In her post, which included a photo of herself with Carrie and Debbie, Billie went on to explain that she’s been speechless with grief but wanted to reach out and let people know how much she appreciates their condolences.
Billie appeared alongside her mom in 2015’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Reports indicate that Carrie’s parts for the next installment in the series are complete, and Billie has stated that she appears in the next installment. As such, there’s a chance Billie and Carrie could even be on screen together in “Star Wars: Episode VIII.”
Check out Billie’s touching Instagram post below.
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When news broke that “Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher passed away, celebrities took to social media to mourn the loss of an outspoken icon. Now, Carrie’s family is suffering a second tragedy in as many days as her mother, actress Debbie Reynolds, passed away just a day after her daughter. Stars expressed their grief at the loss.
Ariana Grande reached out again to Billie Lourd, her “Scream Queens” co-star who is Carrie’s daughter and Debbie’s granddaughter. She sent her love along with her hope that Debbie can rest in peace. Miley Cyrus expressed that the passing of Carrie and Debbie made her to hug her own mother.
Debbie came to fame with a starring role in the classic musical “Singing in the Rain” and had a career that spanned more than six decades, including a recurring role on “Will & Grace,” the film series “Halloweentown” and a turn as the voice of Charlotte in “Charlotte’s Web.”
See what celebs had to say about Debbie’s passing below.
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