Golden Globes Honor Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds With Heartfelt Tribute

The Golden Globe Awards don't have a formal segment honoring actors who have died in the past year, but this year's program did included homages to the recently departed Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher.

The ceremony included a brief video montage of the mother-daughter duo during its ceremony, and Meryl Streep shared some of Fisher's words while accepting one of the evening's top honors, the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement.

Streep, who starred in the film adaptation of Fisher's book "Postcards from the Edge," mentioned Fisher at the close of her speech, recalling how she once told her, "Take your broken heart, make it into art."

Streep, overcome by emotion, covered her mouth as she walked away from the microphone.

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