Carrie Fisher
Carrie Fisher, photographed at the New York Film Festival on Oct. 10, 2016, had one special request about her Oscars in memoriam. Getty Images

Carrie Fisher may be gone, but she’s certainly not been forgotten. The “Star Wars” actress is slated to be remembered in a touching in memoriam at the 2017 Oscars which she may have had a hand in planning.

Entertainment Tonight reported Friday that Fisher unveiled hopes that co-star Harrison Ford would sing in her tribute. The idea first became public in 2010 during an interview with Jimmy McInerney and Jason Swank on the Rebel Force Radio Podcast. At the time, Fisher explained that she’d asked Ford, 74, to be a part of the tribute musically and otherwise. She did not, however, share his answer. Fisher joked that if Ford did do it, she wanted him to sing “Melancholy Wookie.”

“I asked him if he would be in my death reel, and if he would sing,” she said. “It’s just something I want.”

Ford and Fisher have a long history together. In her memoir “The Princess Diarist,” Fisher wrote that the two had been having an affair while filming the original “Star Wars” films. Their fling lasted several months, never becoming anything serious. Ford was married to Mary Marquardt at the time. The pair eventually got divorced and he went on to marry again in 1983 and 2010.

Fisher is expected to be one of many stars memorialized at the 2017 Academy Awards. She will likely be joined by her mother Debbie Reynolds, who died on Dec. 28, 2016 — one day after her passing — as well as Alan Thicke and Florence Henderson. No official announcement has been made about the tribute, as it usually remains under wraps until the night of the award show.

Fisher’s request to be memorialized in song by Ford was not the only posthumous plan she laid out for whomever outlived her. In 2008, during her one-woman show “Wishful Drinking,” the legendary actress recounted a tale from the “Star Wars” set involving George Lucas. She revealed to fans that after the esteemed director saw her in Princess Leia’s infamous white dress, he demanded that she not wear a bra. She questioned his thought process and was blown away by his response. Lucas, 72, claimed that wearing a bra or underwear would not be true to the film, as people in space couldn’t wear underwear because of the expansion of their bodies. The explanation was humorous to Fisher, who then asked that when she died her obituary claim that she was killed by her bra.

“What happens is you go to space and you become weightless. So far so good, right? But then your body expands? But your bra doesn’t — so you get strangled by your own bra,” she said with a laugh (via Vanity Fair). “Now I think that this would make for a fantastic obit — so I tell my younger friends that no matter how I go, I want it reported that I drowned in moonlight, strangled by my own bra.”

Fisher died on Dec. 27, 2016, after suffering a heart attack on board a trans-Atlantic flight from London to Los Angeles days prior. An autopsy has been completed but the results remain protected. Fisher was cremated with a portion of her ashes having been buried with her mother.

The Oscars air Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. EST on ABC. Ford has not yet responded to the circulation of Fisher’s 2010 request. It is not clear whether he will participate in the tribute.