Debbie Reynolds
Billie Lourd has received lots of love from her “Scream Queens” family since the death of her grandmother Debbie Reynolds. Pictured: Reynolds attends an event celebrating the 100th anniversary of The Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, on June 16, 2012. Reuters/Phil McCarten

Billie Lourd has received lots of love and support from several of her “Scream Queens” cast members since the death of her grandmother Debbie Reynolds on Wednesday, Dec. 28, just one day after the young actress’ mom Carrie Fisher passed away.

Jamie Lee Curtis, who played Dean Cathy Munsch on the FOX series, took to Twitter to ask the media to give Lourd the space she needs as she mourns the deaths of the two women very close to her.

Abigail Breslin, meanwhile, let the whole world know how much she loves Lourd in an Instagram post. She also thanked Fisher for making Lourd “an incredibly brave, kind and brilliant person” who she’s lucky to call her best friend. Lourd and Breslin portrayed Chanel #3 and Chanel #5, respectively, on the comedy-horror series.

Glen Powell, on the other hand, revealed on Instagram that Reynolds’ 1952 musical comedy film “Singin’ in the Rain” was one of the biggest influences that pushed him to pursue a career in entertainment. The 28-year-old actor, who played Chad Radwell on the Ryan Murphy-created series, also wrote in his post that Lourd’s grandmother was his first crush.

Niecy Nash, who played Denise Hemphill on “Scream Queens,” also took to Instagram to express her grief over the death of Reynolds. In the caption for a photo she shared, Nash asked her followers to include Lourd in their prayers.

Lea Michele (Hester), Ariana Grande (Chanel #2) and Diego Boneta (Pete Martinez) also reacted to Reynolds’ death on Twitter. See their posts below:

Reynolds’ son Todd Fisher confirmed her mother’s death to CNN. “My mother passed away a short time ago,” he told the news outlet on Dec. 28. “She spoke to me this morning and said she missed Carrie. She’s with Carrie now.”

Todd did not disclose the cause of his mom’s death, but a law enforcement source told the Los Angeles Times that the Oscar-nominated actress complained of breathing problems during the time she was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center from her son’s home in Beverly Hills. Reynolds was 84.