Johnni Macke
December 28, 2016 11:56 am
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Who says co-stars can’t be family? Since losing her mother, Billie Lourd’s Scream Queens costars have shared love and support for her and it’s so emotional.

On Tuesday, the legendary actress Carrie Fisher passed away after a heart attack at 60 years old. Not only is the world mourning the loss of everyone’s Princess Leia, but Lourd is dealing with losing her mom. In this sad time, the 24-year-old actress’s friends and family from the FOX series have stepped up.

They have showed their love for Lourd and her mother on social media and all of the messages are touching.

Lourd’s rumored boyfriend and Season 2 costar wasn’t the only actor from the thriller series to share their thoughts and prayers for the star since her mom’s passing.

Former Glee star, Lea Michele tweeted a beautiful picture of Lourd and Fisher which pretty much says everything we’re feeling about the death.

Glen Powell, who plays Chad on Scream Queens shared the same photo with a very touching message about loss and his lovely friend.

“The world lost a princess, a star, an icon. My good friend Billie lost a mother, cheerleader, and best friend,” Powell wrote on Instagram. “Carrie, thank you for your uniquely honest soul and sense of humor. This world could use you now more than ever. My prayers go out to the Fisher and Lourd Families.”

Ariana Grande posted a sassy photo of her and the Chanel #3 actress on set with a short, but sweet message.

An equally legendary star, Jamie Lee Curtis gave her motherly love to her co-star and off-screen friend and we all need to listen to her words.

“My mother’s heart goes out to this exquisitely talented young woman,” Curtis said. “Her mother’s spirit and talent lives on in her and I’m sure all of Carrie’s fans and friends will give her space and privacy.”

Chanel #5 aka Abigail Breslin posted a set photo from behind the scenes of Lourd that looks just like her brilliant mother.

Scream Queens newbie, John Stamos talked all about the stories between Lourd and Fisher and we wish we were able to hear them first hand.

“Oh how you loved telling stories about your mom — and I loved hearing them,” the Fuller House star said. “I loved watching your face light up. You were so proud of her and she of you. She will live through you forever and we’re all lucky for that. Love you Billie.”

Like the fabulous Scream Queens cast, our hearts go out to Billie and her family during this time tough time.

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