Carrie Fisher's Urn Was a Giant Prozac Pill

It was heartbreaking to first hear that beloved actress Carrie Fisher had health complications while on her flight. And when she later passed away, fans were sad all around the globe. Best known as the iconic "Princess Leia" in the "Star Wars" franchise, Carrie will be remembered forever. 

Proving that she was a funny woman in life, she got the last laugh even after-life. Her remains were cremated and photographs surfaced of her brother, Todd Fisher, carrying them in a giant Prozac pill urn.

She was always pretty open about her mental illness, even telling Diane Sawyer in a 2001 interview that she felt like laughter along with antidepressants was the best medicine for her. Continuing:

"I am mentally ill. I can say that. I am not ashamed of that. I survived that, I’m still surviving it, but bring it on. Better me than you”

Carrie's remains are in a giant Prozac pill are other famous celebs who chose to be cremated as well


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