Carrie Fisher's house

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Carrie Fisher’s brother gives ‘Good Morning America’ a tour of her home

Many of her items will go up for auction later this year.

 

Michelle Jaworski

Internet Culture

Published Jun 14, 2017   Updated May 23, 2021, 3:07 am CDT

Fans saw a glimpse of just some of the memorabilia Carrie Fisher kept in her home in the excellent HBO documentary Bright Lights, but now her brother is revealing more of the items she collected before her death last year.

Todd Fisher gave Good Morning America a tour of some of the items featured in Fisher’s home, revealing intimate details about where she obtained them and the role they played in her life. Some of the items will be up for auction later this year. Much of the Star Wars memorabilia—including portraits and figurines of Princess Leia and a Yoda statue—was sent to her over the years by fans.

Some items, such as a portrait of a baby, were new, while her year-round Christmas tree has long been a staple.

“The whole house is filled with her life,” Todd Fisher said. “It’s kind of like being inside of her head.”

H/T ABC News

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*First Published: Jun 14, 2017, 1:16 pm CDT