Transcript for Todd Fisher Speaks Out on Deaths of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds
Overseas now, and the mystery death of singer George Michael. Authorities revealing initial post mortem results are inconclusive. His manager says he died of apparent heart failure. And Todd fisher, speaking out for the first time on camera, stunned from the death of his mother, Debbie Reynolds, and sister, Carrie fisher. Here's Matt Gutman. It's magical, the love story that went on for 60 years. I got to see 58 3/4 of it. Reporter: They were close in life, and will be closer in memory. Debbie Reynolds' son Todd fisher. In an exclusive interview, telling "20/20" the family is planning to hold a dual funeral service for the "Singing in the rain" star, who died Wednesday, and her daughter, who played the indomitable princess Leia, who died just a day earlier. We're going to joint service for them, that's how she would have wanted. Reporter: Todd recounted his mother's final moments, just hours after Carrie fisher's passing. She then said that she really wanted to be with Carrie and within 15 minutes from that conversation she faded out, and within 30 minutes she was technically gone. Reporter: That bond started with her children watching adoringly. This 1964 photograph of Carrie mesmerized by her mother performing on stage in las Vegas. We always were sitting on the wings watching my mother onstage, in awe. Reporter: There were rough patches, but if anyone could handle Carrie fisher's addictions and battle with bipolar disorder, it was her mother. Tom? Matt, thank you. More of that interview tonight on a special "20/20" at 10:00 P.M. Eastern, right here on ABC.
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