Debbie Reynolds once talked about the prospect of her own death in a poignant 2013 interview with Inside Edition. She had just published a best-selling memoir, Unsinkable, and discussed her final wish, saying: "I am going to sing and dance and act silly until I just kick it." Debbie Reynolds burst into the national scene at age 18 and went on to a legendary career that spanned seven decades, including the epic, How The West Was Won, Singin' in the Rain, and A Home in the Meadows.
‘PBS NewsHour’ co-anchor and ‘Washington Week’ moderator Gwen Ifill was remembered Monday as a pioneering, trailblazing journalist, who was respected by millions for her direct and honest coverage.
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Trailblazing Journalist Gwen Ifill Dies Of Cancer At Age 61 | NBC Nightly News