Carrie Fisher's Speech For Mom Debbie Is Funny, Full Of Digs

Carrie Fisher introducer her mother Debbie Reynolds at the SAG Awards Sunday night; Debbie was being given a lifetime achievement award.
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Carrie Fisher's Speech For Mom Debbie Is Funny, Full Of Digs

Carrie Fisher presented the Screen Actors’ Guild Lifetime Achievement Award to her own mother, Debbie Reynolds, Sunday night.

And Fisher’s hilariously snarky introduction was something only a daughter could get away with.

"She's been more than a mother to me, not much. She is a movie star, recording artist, television actor, nightclub entertainer, Broadway performer and co-founder of the thalians, a group that has raised more than $30 million for mental health." (Video Courtesy of the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®)

Yes, Fisher left no stone unturned during her, um, loving speech.

"Well, mental health-related causes, and $4.5 million of that money is allocated just for me." (Video Courtesy of the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®)

She also mentioned one other famous name — Elizabeth Taylor. Though the two reconciled, Debbie and Elizabeth infamously feuded after Elizabeth had an affair with Debbie's then-husband, actor Eddie Fisher.

"Prior to our original introduction, Debbie Reynolds was already the voluptuous, fertile half of America's sweethearts, Elizabeth Taylor's matron-of-honor." (Video Courtesy of the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®)

And considering their mother/daughter relationship has been known to be a bit strained at times, Fisher’s little digs at Reynolds had the potential to be a little, well, awkward.

But as many media outlets noted, Fisher was the perfect person to present Reynolds with her lifetime achievement award — who else knows her mom better?

Basically, both Carrie and Debbie stole the show. Talent runs in the family.

This video includes images from Getty Images.

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