Carrie Fisher Wants to See a ‘Female Planet’ in ‘Star Wars’

If you’ve been loving Carrie Fisher‘s loose lips on all things Star Wars… and particularly the bombshell she dropped revealing whose lips she was smooching on-set back in the day, then you’re probably like us and are wanting to hear more.

Fisher recently published her memoir The Princess Diarist and she’s doing the rounds to chat about it. And how better a way to get her talk on than with the chat show master himself Graham Norton?

On Saturday’s new episode of The Graham Norton Show, yes, we get the gist of her relationship with Star Wars co-star and on-screen (and apparently off) love interest Harrison Ford, but she also reveals her desire for  Stars Wars to add an overtly female planet to its universe.

Comedian Sandi Toksvig gets in on the concept, applauding the idea of a feminist version of the film. Watch:


Be sure to turn your channel to BBC AMERICA this coming Saturday (December 17) at 10/9c to check out the latest episode of The Graham Norton Show featuring guests Carrie Fisher, Nadia Hussain, Grayson Perry and Sandi Toksvig.

What do you think of Carrie’s suggestion?

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