This rare duet of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, who died just one day apart from one another, will leave you in tears.
On February 15, 2011, Reynolds and Fisher, both entertainment icons in their own right, appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," where they performed the songs "You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It)" and "Happy Days Are Here Again."
As the mother-daughter duo sang the classic hit songs, the love and respect between the two of them shined brightly.
According to Fisher, she hadn't sung in over three decades, but her delivery of the song was performed excellently.
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During the interview with Oprah, Reynolds revealed that she always wanted her daughter to sing. However, Fisher consistently ignored her requests.
“You remember when you were just a little girl and you wouldn’t ever sing?” Reynolds asked Fisher. “You always shied away and I always wanted you to sing because you have a great voice.”
When Fisher was born, Reynolds was already a major movie star. She received full attention when her husband, Eddie Fisher, left her for her close friend Elizabeth Taylor.
Fisher eventually entered the show business and she became an international icon when she was picked to star in the blockbuster movie "Star Wars" at the age of 19.
On December 27, 2016, Fisher died at the age of 60 after a heart attack on a flight. The stress of her death was too much for her mother. She was rushed to the hospital for a suspected stroke.
Reynolds passed away a short time later at the age of 84. Her final words were about Fisher, according to her son Todd Fisher, as reported by People.
“I miss her so much. I want to be with Carrie,” she said.
Just like a normal mother-daughter relationship, Reynolds and Fisher had mini-feud too. But the two had a rapprochement after a year, and they maintained a close relationship.