Debbie Reynolds always remained active throughout her years. In 1979, Debbie had her own dance studio in North Hollywood. She released her own aerobics DVD named 'Do It Debbies Way'. In 1992 she purchased The Clarion Hotel and Casino, but it was not a success and was forced to declare bankruptcy in 1997. Even later in her life, Debbie replaced Ivana Trump In June 2010, replying to reader queries for the weekly paper 'Globe'.
Debbie Reynolds definitely had a full life of wonderful moments. She was a vigilant and strong willed woman who worked hard for what she had. From a poor family living in a shack on Magnolia Street, in El Paso, to the glitz and glamour and the riches of Hollywood, Debbie Reynolds became one of the legendary performers that we will never, ever see again. She was, and will always be an icon amongst the Hollywood greats of a golden era.