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Around the Lucasfilm camp, an outpouring of grief.
I’m deeply saddened at the news of Carrie’s passing. She was a dear friend, whom I greatly respected and admired. The force is dark today!
— Billy Dee Williams (@realbdw) December 27, 2016
I thought I had got what I wanted under the tree. I didn’t. In spite of so many thoughts and prayers from so many. I am very, very sad.
— Anthony Daniels (@ADaniels3PO) December 27, 2016
Across Hollywood, her friends and former co-stars mourned the glass ceiling-shattering titan.
Hail Hail! A genius has vacated this realm-RIP Carrie Fisher.
— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) December 27, 2016
A very sad day. Our princess has passed away. RIP Carrie Fisher.
— Jon Cassar (@joncassar) December 27, 2016
Just seeing about Carrie Fisher. Heartbroken. A staggering loss.
— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) December 27, 2016
Farewell Carrie Fisher, the writer, actress, icon and wit. So very sad.
— edgarwright (@edgarwright) December 27, 2016
Carrie Fisher was a really, really funny writer and an awesome actor. That’s all I got right now. I dunno what else there is. Dammit.
— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) December 27, 2016
R.I.P. Carrie Fisher. Seeing her again on talk shows was such a thrill. So hilarious & fearless when she was being herself.
— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) December 27, 2016
I met Carrie Fisher at a premiere once. She was kind and gracious, had her daughter with her.
— Mara Wilson (@MaraWilson) December 27, 2016
No. No. Fuck this shit. Carrie Fisher is a fucking legend and this is bullshit.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) December 27, 2016
Carrie Fisher was awe-inspiring because she was just so completely… HER. She aged, gained weight, got sick, got better, with no shame.
— Sady Doyle (@sadydoyle) December 27, 2016
Carrie Fisher has passed, she was funnier&smarter than anyone had the right to be. Sail On Silver Girl. Condolences Debbie & Billie
— Whoopi Goldberg (@WhoopiGoldberg) December 27, 2016
Carrie Fisher was smart, funny, talented, surprising, and always a hell of a fun time to be around. Family Guy will miss her immensely.
— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) December 27, 2016
Thank you Carrie Fisher for my childhood.
— Joseph Kahn (@JosephKahn) December 27, 2016
Carrie Fisher spoke openly about her struggles w mental health. To me she was a hero – not only in the stars – but here on Earth as well. 💔
— Hannah Hart (@harto) December 27, 2016
Not Carrie Fisher. Just. Not. Carrie Fisher.
— Diane Warren (@Diane_Warren) December 27, 2016
Carrie Fisher didn’t make it. I am so terribly sorry, and send my sincere condolences to her family, friends and fans all around the world.
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) December 27, 2016
As news spreads of the actress and prolific author’s passing, tributes will no doubt continue pouring in. But none will prove more devastating than this one from her faithful companion Gary.
Ramon Ramirez is the news director, and formerly the Dot's entertainment editor and evening editor. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, Grantland, Washington City Paper, Austin American-Statesman, and Austin Monitor.