- Advertisement -

The Carrie Fisher Grammy nomination for The Princess Diarist has certainly become the big news from yesterday’s Grammy nominations, joining a number of other posthumous nominations including Leonard Cohen and Chester Bennington.

Eleven months after her death, Carrie Fisher gets a posthumous Grammy nomination in the spoken word category for a wry, self-aware reading of her autobiography The Princess Diarist.

The book also features Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd, who narrates her mother’s diary entries from the 1970s, which mostly concern her relationship with Harrison Ford.