Debbie Reynolds' death surprised Hollywood. The legendary American actress, singer, and dancer was recognized for her undeniable smile and contagious personality. Reynolds died just hours after her daughter Carrie Fisher was pronounced dead.  

Reynolds’ career was marvelous. Warner Bros. signed her when she was only 16. Later on, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) gave her a small, but significant part in the film "Three Little Words" (1950). Right in the middle of the 1950s, she was a major star. Some of her biggest successes were "Singin' In The Rain" (1952), "Tammy and the Bachelor" (1957), "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (1964), for which she received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress, and many more TV Comedy shows we won’t forget.

In her honor, we collected 10 of her best Television interview moments where she absolutely stole the show with her amazing charisma and spontaneity. Enjoy these clips and tell us which ones you remember.

  1. During a 1996 interview with CNN's Larry King, Debbie Reynolds sang a little bit of "Tammy," the number one song she said was her biggest musical hit.

2. In one of Joan Rivers' show episodes from 1989, Debbie does her terrific Zsa Zsa impression. Hilarious.

3- In this comical interview, Debbie Reynolds dances the jitterbug with Johhny Carson and does some physical comedy.

4- Debbie Reynolds shares a magical moment on The View.

5-Debbie Reynolds at her SAG Awards Acceptance Speech in 2015.

6-Debbie Reynolds was invited on the first version of  'Breakfast' with Gary & Kelly.

7- Reynolds stopped by Roseanne's talk show to sing, discuss her life, career... and how Roseanne almost killed her.

8- Debbie Reynolds impersonates Barbra Streisand. She shows off her skills as an impressionist on a 1996 episode of Larry King Live.

9- On this interview from 1999, Debbie talks about being on the "Osmond Family Show" in 1979, the movie "Singin' in the Rain," playing Grace's mother on "Will & Grace," her children, Eddie Fisher's book & Osteoporosis.

10-Debbie Reynolds participation on Wogan in the 80s was one of her best moments as an impersonator. Enjoy!