FILE – This April 7, 2011 file photo shows Carrie Fisher at the 2011 NewNowNext Awards in Los Angeles. Lucasfilm, the company behind "Star Wars," says there are no plans to digitally recreate the late Carrie Fisher to play Princess Leia in future episodes of the movie saga. The Disney-owned Lucasfilm made the rare foray into the world of "Star Wars" speculation Friday, Jan. 13, 2017 by issuing the statement denying any plans to digitize Fisher, who died Dec. 27. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File) NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! As the stars gathered to celebrate the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, the pre-show ceremony was dishing out awards to some of the industry's heavy hitters. Among them was the late Carrie Fisher, who ended up the posthumous winner of her first Grammy. Fisher was quietly awarded the prize for best spoken word album for her audiobook recording of "The Princess Diarist." The story takes entries from her diaries that she kept during her time filming the first "Star Wars" film, "A New Hope," in 1977. The book was the star's fourth and last, having come out just five weeks before her death at age 60 in December… Read full this story
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