After More Than One Year Since Her Demise, Carrie Fisher Gets Her First Grammy Award
January 30, 2018 15:15
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards was filled with incredible performances and unexpected but well-deserved wins. The pre-show ceremony gave awards to some of the biggest stars in the industry. One of them was Carrie Fisher, famous for her role of Princess Leia in Star Wars franchise. She received a posthumous award, which was the first Grammy in her career.
Carrie received an award for the audio version of her 2016 memoir called The Princess Diarist. She beat big starts, including Mark Ruffalo and Bruce Springsteen.
The audiobook includes Fisher’s diaries that she made during the time when A New Hope was filmed. It is the last work of the actress, who died from a heart attack in December 2016 when she was 60.