While aboard a flight to Los Angeles on Friday, Carrie Fisher reportedly had a massive heart attack. According to the Associated Press, Fisher is now in stable condition. Apparently all of the good vibes from Star Wars fans are working, as AP reported that Fisher's brother, Todd, said that the 60-year-old actor was "out of emergency" and stabilized, but that he could not disclose any other details. Update: According to Entertainment Tonight, Fisher is reportedly currently in intensive care and her condition remains "unknown." Despite earlier reports, her brother, Todd, told ET, "We hope for the best. We certainly do not know her condition, that's why she is in ICU. I'm sure everyone wants to speculate, but now is not the time for that."
Earlier: TMZ reported that Fisher is being treated at UCLA Medical Center, where her daughter Billie Lourd and dog, Gary, have arrived to be by her side. Bustle reached out to Fisher's rep for comment when the news first broke, but has not heard back at this time.
Best known for playing Princess Leia in the Star Wars franchise, Fisher has acquired a massive fan base — many of which are sending their support on Twitter. Not only that, but her former co-stars, including Mark Hamill and Peter Mayhew, are also rooting for her as well.
According to TMZ, Fisher was traveling from London to LA when she reportedly went into cardiac arrest. The site also claimed that a flight attendant asked passengers if anyone had medical experience and an EMT sitting near the back of the plane "administered life-saving measures." She then was reportedly rushed to UCLA Medical Center upon landing.
Here's hoping Fisher's condition only continues to approve. Based on the widespread love and support she's receiving, the Force is definitely with her right now.