Shannen Doherty shared her plans for what will happen to her remains after she passes, calling the topic “such a morbid conversation, but it’s also so fun.”
“Obviously my biggest thing is I just don’t want to die too soon, cause I have a lot to accomplish,” she said, adding that she wants her funeral to be a “love fest”. To keep it that way, she requests that only true friends show up.
“There’s a lot of people that I think would show up that I don’t want there. I don’t want them there because their reasons for showing up aren’t necessarily the best reasons, like, they don’t really like me and, you know, they have their reasons and good for them, but they don’t actually really like me enough to show up to my funeral.”
Still, Doherty is a pragmatist. “They will, because it’s the politically correct thing to do and they don’t want to look bad, so I kinda want to take the pressure off them and I want my funeral to be like a love fest. I don’t want people to be crying or people to privately be like, ‘Thank God that bitch is dead now.'”