Late Carrie Fisher wins Grammy Award for memoir recording

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The Twitter page of the Recording Academy shared the news with the announcement, "Congrats Best Spoken Word Album - 'The Princess Diarist'". After her death in December 2016, the world was shaken to its core - but luckily, we've been able to remember this iconic actress in some of the best ways possible. She was best known for her work in five "Star Wars" blockbusters and the romantic comedy "When Harry Met Sally". She likes Star Wars a little.

But at least now our queen has now won the Grammy - from her casket - and you can go back to pissing tears. She had previously been nominated in 2009 for audiobook Wishful Drinking.

It says: "As the fans of STAR WARS and Carrie Fisher, we really want Leia to shine in Episode IX and we certainly do not want her to be written out of the film abruptly without a reasonable plot".

Fisher beat out Neil deGrasse Tyson, Shelly Peiken, Bruce Springsteen, Bernie Sanders and Mark Ruffalo in the category.

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Sharing two photos of the natural light display on Instagram, Billie wrote: "My momby had an otherworldly obsession with the northern lights, but I never got to see them with her".

Aw! Billie Lourd is so proud of her mom, and she made that very clear by sharing a touching tribute, following Carrie Fisher's posthumous Grammy win. In late 2016, the book generated plenty of headlines when it infamously revealed Fisher's decades-ago affair with Harrison Ford (Fisher expressed regret about making that public in interviews), but there was plenty of other interesting content within its pages.

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards is one for the books.