The Star Wars actress unveiled her weight loss during an appearance on NBC's Today show this morning, where she told Ann Curry that her goal is to wear the famous Princess Leia gold bikini from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi again.
Fisher, 54, joked: "I want to get back in that metal bikini and just walk around the house like an idiot! Answer the doorbell and say, 'Oh, what? This old thing? I'm just wearing my home-style metal bikini'.
"I'll come out with a line of metal bikinis for women over 40! It's for dignity. If you want dignity you wear a metal bikini over 40. That's all I'm saying!"
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Fisher also told Curry that she had been reluctant to leave her home before losing the weight and hadn't enjoyed shopping for clothes.
She said: "I couldn't leave the house to go shopping because they didn't have the sizes. I exhausted the alphabet on bra sizes, moved into Sanskrit. I didn't know they had the bra size I ended up at!"
Curry then questioned Fisher, who is a Jenny Craig spokesperson, on what the "spark" to lose weight had been, to which the actress quipped: "The spark was that I weighed three million pounds..."
Fisher also revealed that she hadn't been happy when she looked in the mirror or saw certain photographs of herself.
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Watch Carrie Fisher on Today below: