The princess is now the GRAMMY princess.
Over the weekend Carrie Fisher won her first-ever Grammy for the audiobook recording of The Princess Diarist.
The book was a memoir which chronicled her experiences on the set of Star Wars. She even described the affair that she and Harrison Ford had at one point.
I loved the book and immediately purchased the audiobook since it was the talk of the net of how hilarious she was in it.
Fisher beat out Neil deGrasse Tyson, Shelly Peiken, Bruce Springsteen, Bernie Sanders and Mark Ruffalo in the category.
She was previously nominated for a Grammy in 2009 for her book, “Wishful Drinking.”
This is not the first posthumous nomination Fisher received, as earlier this month she was up for an Emmy for her guest acting role on Amazon’s Catastrophe.
Not a lot of people knew this, but she was an incredible Author, director, actress, screenwriter and advocate. She was truly one of a kind. I’m glad she’s finally getting the recognition after all these years.
Even her old co-star and friend Mark Hamill was thrilled for the win:
— @HamillHimself (@HamillHimself) January 28, 2018
I can speak for everyone here at That Hashtag Show when I say that we miss her and love her.