In the film, Fisher reprised her role as Leia Organa, but faced negative comments on her looks. She took to Twitter to respond to critics, saying, "Please stop debating about whetherOR not I aged well.unfortunately it hurts all3 of my feelings.My BODY hasnt aged as well as I have.Blow us👌."
Check out the rest of Carrie’s tweets about her body image.
My body is my brain bag, it hauls me around to those places & in front of faces where theres something to say or see pic.twitter.com/T2TXiEyl17— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) December 29, 2015
Youth&BeautyR/NOT ACCOMPLISHMENTS,theyre theTEMPORARY happy/BiProducts/of Time&/or DNA/Dont Hold yourBreath4either/ifUmust holdAir/takeGarys— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) December 30, 2015
Carrie also retweeted a fan who wrote, "@IzzoKendall @carrieffisher Men don't age better than women, they're just allowed to age.”
Fisher recently opened up about her weight loss in Britain’s Good Housekeeping magazine, saying, "Nothing changes, it's an appearance-driven thing. I’m in a business where the only thing that matters is weight and appearance. That is so messed up. They might as well say get younger, because that's how easy it is.”
Despite the criticism, Fisher is laughing all the way to the bank, since “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is well on its way to grabbing the title for highest-grossing film of all time.