Photo: AP

As if the holidays (not to mention this entire goddamn year) weren’t already hard enough, beloved Star Wars actor Carrie Fisher, 60, is reportedly in intensive care after suffering a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles on Friday, according to her her brother, Todd Fisher.

Though Todd had told reporters Friday evening that his sister’s condition had stabilized and she had left the emergency room, he qualified those remarks shortly saying he could not classify her condition.

“It’s not fair to say ‘stable,’” Todd told Reuters over the phone. “I am not saying she is fine, or not fine. She is in the ICU.”

Fisher’s entertainment industry pals are wishing her well, as do we all

Fisher’s French bulldog, Gary, was spotted at the hospital, watching over her (several members of her human family are also there, of course).

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If anyone can vanquish the death-bearing hellmonster that is 2016, it’s Carrie Fisher.

[The Guardian / Reuters]


Snapchat filters being the new rose-colored glasses and all, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna chose to announce their apparent reconciliation like this:

Photo: Snapchat

Just in time to open presents.

Meanwhile, TMZ reports that, according to sources fro the couple’s reality show production team, Kardashian and Chyna’s alleged blowout last weekend (she left him, took their tiny daughter Dream with her, remember?) totally happened, it just wasn’t caught on tape. Reaction interviews, however, were.

[TMZ / People]


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  • Shutterfly fucked up Megyn Kelly’s Christmas card order. [Us Weekly]
  • A Chrismas-themed Bad Moms sequel will be in theaters ten month from now. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Young Thug was arrested in an Atlanta mall, reportedly for missing a court appearance. [Pitchfork]
  • Quantico star Priyanka Chopra gave a candid interview: “being objectified is part of my job.” [Cosmopolitan]
  • The Rockettes reportedly won’t be forced be perform for Dictator Trump, however they may “feel forced.” [New York Times]