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Billie Lourd's Scream Queens Costars Tweet Their Support After Loss Of Grandmother Debbie Reynolds

 

Billie Lourd's Scream Queens Costars Tweet Their Support After Loss Of Grandmother Debbie Reynolds
Billie Lourd's Scream Queens Costars Tweet Their Support After Loss Of Grandmother Debbie Reynolds

While we're still reeling from the sudden deaths of Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds, no one has been hit harder by these tragic losses than Billie Lourd.

After the 24-year-old lost her mother and grandmother within a day of each other, her Scream Queens costars took to social media to express their condolences and pay tribute to the late legends.

Related: Debbie's Last Words Were 'I Want To Be With Carrie'

The cast of Ryan Murphy's horror-comedy series sent their support to Lourd after her mother's passing on Tuesday — and shared even more heartbroken posts following her grandmother's death the very next day.

On Wednesday evening, Jamie Lee Curtis sent her love on Twitter, complete with a motherly plea to the press to give the young actress some space at this devastating time. She shared:

Costars Ariana Grande, Abigail Breslin, and Glenn Powell also sent their support to Billie on Twitter and Instagram — as well as sharing tributes to her grandmother, a Hollywood legend.

Our hearts go out to Billie at this devastating time. See the cast's emotional posts (below).

[Image via Brian To/WENN.]

Tags: abigail breslin, ariana grande, billie lourd, carrie fisher, debbie reynolds, instagram, jamie lee curtis, r.i.p., ryan murphy, sad sad, scream queens, tv news, twitter

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