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Carrie Fisher's Urn Is Shaped Like A Prozac Pill

Carrie Fisher's Urn Is Shaped Like A Prozac Pill

Carrie Fisher‘s family honored her life during a burial today (January 6) and had an interesting choice of urn for the late actress.

During the ceremony, Carrie‘s ashes were seen being carried in an urn sharped like a giant Prozac pill.

Carrie‘s favorite possession was a giant Prozac pill that she bought many years ago. A big pill. She loved it, and it was in her house, and Billie and I felt it was where she’d want to be,” Carrie‘s brother Todd explained.

He added, “We couldn’t find anything appropriate. Carrie would like that. It was her favorite thing, and so that’s how you do it. And so they’re together, and they will be together here and in heaven, and we’re OK with that.”

The family has been cropped out of the photos out of respect for their privacy during this time of mourning.

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  • FlakesofSunlite

    Todd Fisher and Billie Lourde will regret how they buried Carrie Fisher later on in life. They are stupid. It’s not good to mess with death, it should be honored.

  • Nani

    Lets respect the family’s privacy.. BY TELLING WHAT IS CARRIE’S URN!

  • RubSomeDirtOnIt

    not your family not your decision

  • LN

    Their business, not yours. They knew her, knew her sense of humor and loved her. I think it’s wonderful that they thought of what would make her laugh. They respect her by honoring who SHE was…not who YOU are.

  • Becky Votrobek Mertins

    I love that you are reporting on the humor of this horrific event and, opposite of many other sites, are keeping the faces put of the pics! Yes, they lived their lives in the public eye but that doesn’t mean we need to put a magnifying glass on every aspect of said life.

  • Vegasfan

    Ummm, considering she had substance abuse issues, I find this an odd choice. Irony, I guess.

  • FerCat

    Carrie might have joked about it to them. Her personality would suggest an air of levity even in death.

  • Vegasfan

    Yes, but a giant Prozac pill was her “favorite thing”!?! And, then they “bury” her in it, so to speak. Yuck! I think it lacks taste, humor, and is, somewhat stupid. I just don’t get it. (What’s wrong with me.)

  • Bunny Merenstein

    You don’t ‘abuse’ prozac. It’s used to treat depression, panic disorder etc. She probably felt that prozac saved her life and using it as an urn is an acknowledgement of that. That’s how I’m reading it.

  • Vegasfan

    I adore Carrie, and I get it-”irreverance”. But, depression is just not funny.

  • Ginger

    “She probably felt it saved her life”. How is that funny to you? She battled many demons. Laughter was something that kept her going. People complain about everything these days. Take a pill and chill out

  • Ginger

    Maybe you should be on medication

  • Sansa Squad

    SUPER icky to post invasive paparazzi pics of a PRIVATE FUNERAL SERVICE. so gross and tasteless. you could literally find a picture online of that same pill and just print todd’s statement if you really felt the need to “report” on it. ew ew ew.

  • Vegasfan

    I said that I don’t think it is funny; that is a serious condition, and it is beyond sad that anyone has to suffer from it. I guess it is good to find the humor in it, and Carrie has certainly got me thinking about it. I guess the literal imagery is a bit unsettling for me, regardless. Obviously, very effective, though.

    (Serious hostility from your end. I am just expressing an opinion. If Carrie was anything, it was forthright.)