In a heartbreaking twist to the end of 2016, Debbie Reynolds, best known for her performances in classic Hollywood musicals like Singin in the Rain and The Unsinkable Molly Brown, died Wednesday one day after her daughter, actor Carrie Fisher.
Reynolds, 84, was taken to a hospital earlier in the day complaining of breathing problems, theLos Angeles Times reported, and while it was said she had a stroke, no cause of death has yet to be confirmed.
She wanted to be with Carrie, her son, Todd Fisher, told Variety.
Along with being a legend on the screen, she was also a humanitarian and founded the Thalians, an organization of entertainers raising awareness and providing support for mental health issues.
Reynolds was honored with the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at this years Academy Awards.
Hollywood was quick to offer up their condolences.
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