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09 Feb 2020
2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards

Yesterday, Billie attended the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California (February 8). Congratulations to the Booksmart cast and crew for winning the Best First Feature award!


08 Feb 2020
Will & Grace: 11×09 – “Bi-Plane” Screen Captures

On Thursday’s (February 6) episode of Will & Grace, Billie made an appearance to pay tribute to her grandmother, Debbie Reynolds. Screen captures of Billie as Fiona Adler in episode nine, 11×09 – “Bi-Plane.”

Will and Grace decide to intervene when they discover Grace’s niece is dating a bisexual man; Jack gets permission from his husband to sleep with his hall pass; Karen struggles to adapt when her assistant books them on an economy flight.

06 Jan 2020
InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe After Party

Billie attended the 21st Annual InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe after party in Beverly Hills, California (January 05).

10 Nov 2019
American Horror Story: 9×08 – “Rest in Pieces” Screen Captures

07 Nov 2019
Billie on Becoming the Keeper of Princess Leia

Billie Lourd on Becoming the Keeper of Princess Leia

TIME – I grew up with three parents: a mom, a dad and Princess Leia. I guess Princess Leia was kind of like my stepmom–technically family, but deep down I didn’t really like her. She literally and metaphorically lived on a planet I had never been to. When Leia was around, there wasn’t as much room for my mom–for Carrie. As a child, I couldn’t understand why people loved Leia as much as they did. I didn’t want to watch her movie, I didn’t want to dress up like her, I didn’t even want to talk about her. I just wanted my mom–the one who lived on Earth, not Tatooine.

I didn’t watch Star Wars until I was about 6 years old. (And I technically didn’t finish it until I was 9 or 10. I’m sorry! Don’t judge me!) My mom used to love to tell people that every time she tried to put it on, I would cover my ears and yell, “It’s too loud, Mommy! Turn it off!”–or fearfully question, “Is that lady in the TV you?” It wasn’t until middle school that I finally decided to watch it of my own accord–not because I suddenly developed a keen interest in ’70s sci-fi, but because boys started coming up to me and saying they fantasized about my mom. My mom? The lady who wore glitter makeup like it was lotion and didn’t wear a bra to support her much-support-needed DD/F’s? They couldn’t be talking about her! I had to investigate who this person was they were talking about.
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