Hollywood continues to mourn the loss of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.
Just days after the late mother-daughter duo was laid to rest, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association paid homage to the actresses with the first-ever Golden Globes In Memoriam tribute.
After a brief introduction from host Jimmy Fallon, Reynolds and Fisher were honored with a video reel highlighting their cinematic accomplishments through the years, set to Reynolds' performance of the song, "You Made Me Love You." The tribute concluded with footage of the duo sweetly embracing on-stage, followed by an on-screen slate of their names and a simple heart graphic.
"We've always kept the show as a celebration and as a party, and yet we realize this is a special circumstance," Globes executive producer Barry Adelman told
Variety last week, acknowledging plans to remember the late icons during the ceremony.
Reynolds was buried on Friday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles along with some of Fisher's ashes, one day after a private memorial service was held in Fisher's honor at her Beverly Hills home.
Reynolds’ son, Todd, previously spoke to ET about his mother's state of mind
during her final hours, and said that she "missed" Fisher.
"She missed her daughter and wanted to very much be with her," he said. "She had been very strong the last several days. [There was] enormous stress on her, obviously. And [the morning of her death] she said those words to me and 15 minutes later she had a stroke and virtually left."
A public service in honor of the actresses will be planned for a future date, Todd confirmed on Friday after attending his mother’s funeral.
"We'll have a bigger service down the road for the public and all the family friends," he told reporters.
According to a source, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and even Fisher's ex-husband, Paul Simon, are expected to attend, though details have not yet been confirmed.