LOS ANGELES, Dec. 30 (UPI) -- Carrie Fisher continues to not hold anything back when it comes to discussing Star Wars, especially when its about her look in the latest entry, The Force Awakens.
Fisher, having heard enough about her age and body weight after reprising her role as Leia Organa, took to social media to attack the negative comments head on.
"Please stop debating about whether OR not I aged well," she tweeted. "Unfortunately it hurts all 3 of my feelings. My BODY hasn't aged as well as I have. Blow us."
"My body is my brain bag, it hauls me around to those places and in front of faces where there's something to say or see," she continued alongside a photo of her dog Gary Fisher who recently received his own Instagram profile.
Please stop debating about whetherOR not👁aged well.unfortunately it hurts all3 of my feelings.My BODY hasnt aged as well as I have.Blow us👌🏼— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) December 29, 2015
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
Fisher then continued to retweet both positive and negative fan reactions on the subject before ending her thoughts writing, "Youth & Beauty r not ACCOMPLISHMENTS, they're the TEMPORARY happy bi products of time &/or DNA. Don't hold your breath 4 either. If u must hold air, take Gary's."
Youth&BeautyR/NOT ACCOMPLISHMENTS,theyre theTEMPORARY happy/BiProducts/of Time&/or DNA/Dont Hold yourBreath4either/ifUmust holdAir/takeGarys— Carrie Fisher (@carrieffisher) December 30, 2015
Earlier in December, Fisher admitted to feeling pressure to lose weight for The Force Awakens noting, "We treat beauty like an accomplishment, and that is insane. Everyone in LA says, 'Oh, you look good,' and you listen for them to say you've lost weight. It's never, 'How are you?' or 'You seem happy!'"
On Sunday, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was the No.1 movie in North America for a second weekend after earning an additional $153.5 million on its way to becoming the fastest film to reach $1 billion globally.