One year ago on the 27th of December, Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher died. Her friend and Star Wars costar, Mark Hamill, took to Twitter to commemorate her passing. Posting a tribute to her he started the hashtag #CarrieOnForever.
And soon the tweets started spreading throughout the galaxy.
(source) First saw Star Wars when I was 6. I remember loving Princess Leia for her feistiness,leadership,&sarcasm. I grew up&fell in love with her for being such a strong mental health advocate&finding out she deals with the same issues I do. RIP, Carrie.We all miss you. #CarrieOnForever
— @HamillHimself (@HamillHimself) December 27, 2017
You'd probably tell us to move on and get over it already but some people aren't that easily forgotten. When they've left an imprint on us they're always remembered. #StarWarsTheLastJedi #CarrieFisher #CarrieOnForever #TheLastJedi pic.twitter.com/BKwF1DUBhL
— Kaily Russell → (@BadWolfKaily) December 27, 2017
It’s the anniversary of Carrie Fisher's passing, and we reflect reverently on the inspiration and impact she continues to make as she is never truly gone. #CarrieOnForever https://t.co/xKIlkomnQ5 pic.twitter.com/VQTmrgbEP1
— DeviantArt (@DeviantArt) December 27, 2017
One year ago today the world lost an icon, and Star Wars fans lost a Princess. Rest In Peace to the legendary Carrie Fisher.
— Star Wars Facts (@SWTweets) December 27, 2017