Musician James Blunt and Carrie Fisher struck up what on the outside appeared like an unlikely relationship, but scratch the surface and a genuinely close friendship was there. Blunt remembers Carrie as we approach the 3rd anniversary of her passing on the verge of her final big screen appearance – of sorts – in The Rise of Skywalker.
”The world is a sadder place without her. I lived with her in Los Angeles recording most of my albums, and whenever I’ve been in America, in LA, that has been my home. She’s godmother to my child, she helped me name ‘Back to Bedlam’ because her house was a mad house. I recorded ‘Goodbye My Lover’ in her bathroom.
”And she was an incredibly inspirational, creative human being, who saw the funny side of everything. She was more fragile than I think people knew, but I was very lucky to know her.”
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- Fisher, Carrie (Author)
- English (Publication Language)
- 176 Pages - 09/08/2009 (Publication Date) - Simon & Schuster (Publisher)