The year 2016 is almost over and continues to take celebrities with it. Yes, people die every day, but 2016 in particular has seen a number of high-profile celebrity deaths, including: Prince, David Bowie, Ricky Harris, and more. On Tuesday, Star Wars Princess, Carrie Fisher died at age 60. Fisher suffered a cardiac event on a plane to Los Angeles.

Two deaths in two days

Wednesday was just as bad as Tuesday when we were informed that Debbie Reynolds died a day after her daughter at age 84. Two deaths in two days of two great actresses in Hollywood.

Fans and celebrities took to twitter to express their heartbreak. Arianne Grande gave her condolences to Billie, saying: “I love you Billie. so so much. Rest in peace, Debbie Reynolds.” Ellen Degeneres also sent her love to Debbie Reynolds' family. Kimberly J. Brown, who starred with Reynolds in "Halloween Town," shared on social media the impact Reynolds had in her life. “Being normal is vastly overrated” is a quote from “Halloweentown,” and how fitting it is that her character spoke it. Her generosity, talent, and loving spirit made her anything but normal.

Thanks for the magic, Debbie. Rest in peace.”

Did Reynolds die of heartbreak?

Though we know the cause of Fisher’s death, Reynolds' death is unclear. According to the Los Angeles Times, Reynolds had been heartbroken about the recent passing of her daughter and suffered a stroke. Is it possible that Reynolds died from a broken heart?Reynolds left behind her son, Todd Fisher and her granddaughter, Billie Catherine Lourde.

Todd Fisher shared that her last words were dedicated to Carrie. “She’s with Carrie now,” he told CNN.

Debbie Reynolds birthed Princess Leia, but she was also iconic herself. Along with Broadway, Reynolds was featured in 51 movies from the 1950's to the 2000's. The musical "Singin’ in the Rain" was one of her popular movies. Younger audiences remember Reynolds from "Halloween Town." She has also done voice over work for the animated movies "Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer" and "Rugrats in Paris."

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