It’s been nearly two and a half months since Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds were laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, but the family is putting finishing touches on their final goodbye — a major showdown at their public memorial service.
According to reports, the event will take place on March 25 at the park, where over a thousand seats will be available for fans and family.
Carrie’s close pal, James Blunt, wrote a song for the mother-daughter duo. But the singer-songwriter has no plans to perform it on stage, just let it play over speakers. There is expected to be a display of their famous costumes, a routine performed by Debbie Reynolds dance school students, and even a major choir group set to take the stage.
Fans who aren’t able to get a seat at the service can watch the showdown on Carrie and Debbie’s website on that day.
The Star Wars actress went into cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles on Dec. 23. She was taken to a nearby hospital after landing, where she died four days later. Debbie suffered a stroke and died just one day later.