There will be a public memorial for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds at Forest Lawn in Hollywood Hills on Saturday, March 25.
Deadline reports Debbie' son and Carrie's brother, Todd Fisher, announced the memorial on his website, but noted it'll be a "first come first come, first seated basis... There will be room for overflow in the huge lobby as well as the outside with screens to watch and hear the service."
Meanwhile, the internet was all over ABC News' revelation that during an interview in 2010, Carrie Fisher said she once asked Harrison Ford to sing at any tribute to her at the Oscars after her death.
"It's just something I want," she said, noting that she got the idea after watching a tribute for director John Hughes during the Oscars, and joking that her song of choice would be "Melancholy Wookiee."
With that in mind, interviewer Jay McInerney said he hopes the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will fulfill her wishes when the Oscars air on Sun, Feb 26.
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