Here is a famous song performed by the legendary Debbie Reynolds.
Debbie Reynolds (born in 1932 as Mary Frances Reynolds in El Paso, Texas) was an American actress, dancer and singer. Her family moved to Burbank, California, in 1939. While a student at Burbank High School, at age 16, Debbie Reynolds won the Miss Burbank Beauty Contest, a motion picture contract with Warner Brothers, and acquired her new first name. Reynolds appeared in small roles in two Warner Brothers movies and signed with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Cast in "Three Little Words", starring Fred Astaire and Red Skelton, Reynolds's second MGM film appearance in "Two Weeks With Love", received strong notices. Reynolds then played the female lead in "Singin' in the Rain", a well-received performance with Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor. Reynolds went on to star in numerous movies, such as "Bundle of Joy" (1956), with her then-husband, Eddie Fisher (singer) and record hit songs (most notably "Tammy" from her 1957 film "Tammy and the Bachelor") and headline major Las Vegas showrooms. Her starring role in The "Unsinkable Molly Brown" (1964) led to an Oscar nomination. Still recently she was making appearances in film and television, one of the few actors from MGM's "golden age of film" who was still active in filmmaking. From 1999 to its 2006 finale, she played a recurring role on the NBC sitcom "Will & Grace". She also played a recurring role in the DCOM TV movie series "Halloweentown". Reynolds has displayed her large collection of movie memorabilia, first in a Las Vegas resort during the 1990's and later in a museum close to the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, California. She has on several occasions auctioned off items from the collection. In 2006, Reynolds was set to open another museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, close to the Dollywood theme park. In 1997 she received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Comedy. In November 2006, Debbie Reynolds received the "Lifetime Achievement Award" from Chapman University in Orange, California. She also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
She passed away on December, the 28th of 2016, soon after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher.
Enjoy Debbie's glamorous looks and dynamic voice!