It's been a pretty rough year for everyone. Especially those in the celebrity sphere.
Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds, who rose to fame in Singin' In The Rain died on Wednesday December 28th. She was 84.
Reynolds was hospitalized on Wednesday afternoon as a result of a stroke in her Beverly Hills home, just one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher passed away at the age of 60 from cardiac arrest.
Todd Fisher, Reynolds son revealed to E! News the actress's last words before her passing: "she went to be with Carrie."
The Hollywood actress played many iconic roles during the span of her 70 year career such as Tammy and the Bachelor, The Unsinkable Molly Brown which earned her an Oscar nomination, How The West Won, Charlotte's Web, Will & Grace, and of course the original Disney Channel movie Halloweentown.
Many A-List celebrities took to Twitter to express their thoughts and condolences of another tragic death for the family.
See some of the touching tributes below.
Our thoughts are with the Reynolds family during this difficult time.