Debbie Reynolds has left Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles after being admitted for “an adverse reaction she experienced to a medication she was currently taking,” her rep confirmed Thursday.
Reynolds, 80, has also been forced to cancel all shows and concerts for the next three months, on the advice of her doctors.
However, the legendary singer hopes to make her planned appearance in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day on the “Follow the Stars, Adopt a Pet” float.
Reynolds, who is the mother of “Star Wars” star Carrie Fisher, just wrapped the filming of Steven Soderbergh’s Liberace biopic, “Behind the Candelabra,” which stars Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.
Reynolds got her big break in the 1951 film “Singin’ In The Rain,” also starring Gene Kelly, and went on to star in numerous projects including TV movies, reoccurring roles in TV series’ (such as “Will & Grace” and “Kim Possible”) and her latest film “One For The Money,” starring alongside Katherine Heigl as Grandma Mazur.
She also had her own TV comedy, “The Debbie Reynolds Show,” in 1969. The actress shared a husband with Elizabeth Taylor: Eddie Fisher left Reynolds in the 1950s for the violet-eyed beauty. The singer has been married a total of three times.
Last year, Reynolds sold her collection of film memorabilia, including dresses worn by Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn, for nearly $23 million.