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Star Wars Legend Carrie Fisher Wins Posthumous Grammy For Best Spoken Word Album

The late, great Carrie Fisher has been honored with a Grammy.

As part of last night’s historic ceremony, Fisher was awarded posthumously for The Princess Diarist, a frank memoir chronicling her early years on the original Star Wars franchise. It took home the prize for Best Spoken Word Album, beating out efforts from the likes of renown astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Shelly Peiken, Bruce Springsteen, Bernie Sanders and Infinity War‘s Mark Ruffalo, whose Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In has already captured the Internet’s imagination.

It marks Carrie Fisher’s first Grammy award, too, after the late actress was nominated for her novel Wishful Drinking back in 2009. It’s fitting, then, that Fisher has been honored by the entertainment industry, particularly after her tragic death in December of 2016.

Her big win prompted Billie Lourd, Fisher’s daughter and frequent actress, to share a frankly adorable photo from her childhood,

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