The lives of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher continue to be celebrated.
Reynolds, the 84-year-old best known for starring in movie musical "Singin' in the Rain", died of a fatal stroke on December 28, just one day after her 60-year-old daughter, "Star Wars" star Carrie Fisher, died from a massive heart attack.
The memorial was also streamed online live so everyone across the globe can see it.
Debbie Reynolds asked for permission to die after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher, the actress' son Todd Fisher says.
The ceremony was led by Todd Fisher, who lost his mother and sister one day apart in late December. Carrie's mother Debbie Reynolds-the iconic star from "Singin' in the Rain" and "The Unsinkable Molly Brown"-died one day later, on Dec 28, 2016. I know this takes a lot of effort, I'm glad they're letting us grieve with them", said fan Stefanie Vance". I knew Carrie for a short while.
The ceremony is slated to feature music by James Blunt and "Star Wars" composer John Williams and display Hollywood memorabilia that Reynolds collected throughout her life.
Todd Fisher speaks at Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher Memorial at Forest Lawn Cemetery, March 25, 2017 in Los Angeles.
Singer James Blunt, another friend of Carrie's, performed his hit song "You're handsome", which Blunt said he wrote in her home.
Speaking at the event Todd Fisher said his mother told him that she "wanted to be with Carrie" before she died, describing her death as a "beautiful exit".
"We Remember Them..." he wrote alongside photos of the women through the years. "She was very connected to her fans and felt they were a part of her, so we're opening it to the public".
"She had long conversations on the phone in my presence with Paul Simon, with whom she was attempting to reconcile at the time of my relationship with her", he recalled at the service.
"Did we ever meet Carrie Fisher?".
"And she really just said to me, 'You know, I know that was really hard on you losing your sister.' [And I said], 'I mean, Carrie was there holding my hand when I took my first steps. I'm here to let you go'".
The Gay Men's Chorus of LA sang Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors", and attendees watched as both Fisher's and Reynolds' lives flashed before them in photo montages.