A two-hour service honoring the late Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds took place on Saturday afternoon. Fans, family and friends gave tribute to the mother-daughter duo in a memorial filled with love, laughter and memories of never-ending good times. Reynolds' surviving son, Todd Fisher, led the ceremony. Music and dance reflected his family's legacy in a way that has never been seen before. From classic films to constant acts of humanitarianism, Fisher and Reynolds were a force to be reckoned with. Souls came together in mourning and compassion as they were reminded of the two beauties that brought TV and film to heights beyond the stars.

A star-studded event

Celebrities from all aspects of TV and film gathered with the public to pay homage to the mother and her child. Both Fisher and Reynolds were honored Saturday as some of the most influential people in the entertainment industry. Actress Ruta Lee gave an impeccable eulogy in memory of Reynolds' philanthropy.

Dan Aykroyd was also in attendance. The former "SNL" actor provided outstanding comedy for the memorial, remembering Fisher and some of her most iconic moments throughout their relationship. He said to the attendees, "We shouldn't be here so soon in our lives." A crowd of thousands revealed the impact these woman had on society. They celebrated the careers and charitable contributions that Carrie and Debbie both gave to this world.

Tribute honored lifetime achievements

Some fans came out to highlight characters the mother and daughter played while they were notable stars in both TV and film. Others shined a spotlight on the lives of these two remarkable women. Debbie Reynolds was applauded for her work, raising millions of dollars to help people with mental health problems.

She also received a military color guard during the ceremony for visiting soldiers during the Korean War. Todd Fisher said, "My mother was involved in every single need that came along."

During an emotional film tribute, entitled "You're Beautiful," more than 20 charities were mentioned recognizing Reynolds' humanitarianism.

Debbie is best known for her acting role in the film "Singin' in the Rain" (1952).

Carrie Fisher played Princess Leia in the legendary film series "Star Wars." Fisher died on December 27, 2016 following a heart attack she suffered while on board a plane. Reynolds was devastated and didn't seem to cope well with the death of her daughter that day. She asked Todd if it was okay to die, before passing away from a stroke 24 hours later.