By Jimmy Mac
Every year at Oscar time, the resident roof-dwelling dragon at Ripley's Believe or Not! Odditorium in Hollywood holds a sign to send a message to all of the showbiz royalty attending The Academy Awards at neighboring Dolby Theater. Usually the sign reads "Show Us What You're Wearing", or something like that for the elite gathered on the red carpet. This year, however, features a twist.
Ripley's Hollywood manager Cory Dacy is a huge STAR WARS fan and loyal RFR listener. He heard Carrie Fisher's Oscar tribute wish here on RFR and decided to send a message to The Academy, and even Harrison Ford himself. The sign reads "SING FOR HER, HARRISON" and it refers to Carrie's request for a musical number from Mr. Ford at her Oscar tribute.
Look for the Ripley's Hollywood rooftop dragon during E! Entertainment News coverage of the Oscars and keep your fingers crossed for a tribute to our fallen princess. Don't miss the 89th Academy Awards this Sunday on ABC. You can hear Carrie reveal to RFR her Oscar tribute wish below: