Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher might have a joint funeral service

TMZ reported Reynolds was at her son's house discussing funeral plans for Carrie Fisher, 60, who died after a heart episode last week on a flight from London to Los Angeles.

Joely Fisher, her children's half-sister (and daughter of her ex-husband Eddie), sent her condolences on Twitter. "Within minutes from that conversation she faded out and within 30 minutes she (technically) was gone". Yankee Stadium your mom and I laughed our asses off, as she kept one fantastic line coming after the other - no less when we all fell asleep the night before in the smaller ceremony because it was so boring.

Both Debbie and Carrie were set to star in the HBO documentary "Bright Lights: Starring Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher".

On Wednesday evening, Fisher's half-brother Todd Fisher confirmed to E!

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"I think she will be of great assistance to Carrie in Heaven because Carrie is really tough to handle at times and my mother was unbelievable", Todd said. She loved taking care of my sister more than anything. We also are happy that they're together.

Before his mother died, Todd Fisher had told ABC News he was letting his siter's daughter, Billie Lourd, make the big decisions about her memorial service.

Fisher said he was sitting with his mother when she died, and that it seemed like she just closed her eyes and went to sleep. Perhaps her most memorable role was as the spunky and sweet-voiced Kathy Selden in the 1952 film "Singin' in the Rain". "[Debbie] felt she had already left the building, so to speak". Fisher opens talks about her bipolar disorder while Reynolds' fragile health is also examined. "Carrie was a force of nature in her own right, you know, it took another force of nature to bridle and work with that and she was great with her". "It's disgusting, it's attractive, it's magical", Todd said.

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