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Carrie Fisher Can't Stop Swearing During 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Live Telecast

Peak Fisher.

Carrie Fisher was in fine form at the Los Angeles premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" on Monday night. The 59-year-old actress has been dominating the film's press tour, giving hilariously candid interviews -- sometimes with her now famous French bulldog Gary -- left and right.  

During the live telecast at the premiere, Fisher delivered yet another golden egg to fans of her unbridled sense of humor. When asked by fellow "Force Awakens" co-star, Oscar Isaac, how she prepared to reprise the role of Princess Leia, she gave an off-the-cuff answer that made us love her even more. 

"I asked the early, young Carrie Fisher what it would be like [40] years later," Fisher responded. "She's not speaking to me. She was very busy partying and making sure I would look like s**t later. I don't mean 's**t.' By 's**t' I mean not as good as in the other sense."

There's probably no job more stressful than being in charge of the swear button during a Carrie Fisher interview. Bleeeeeeeeeeeeeeep

The veteran actress almost missed the premiere altogether and arrived late to the red carpet. She blamed the delay on "bomb dogs currently sniffing the car."

Thankfully, Fisher made it safely to the carpet, which she walked alongside her daughter and "Scream Queens" star Billie Lourd.

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" opens nationwide on Dec. 18.

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