I will miss her much.
I will miss her much.
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I loved her.
Unfortunate. I had a feeling it was coming...but at least she lived a long life. She surpassed life expectancy and will always be remembered.
Sad. Sad. she was hilarious.
So sad. And like yeahright1191 I too felt it was coming.
Damn. First Robin William, now Joan Rivers. Two great comedy icons of my life.
I remember some of Joan's first days on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
I just watched one of her stand up shows on Netflix (?) the other day.
So sad as she was another iconic figure. She was great in Nip/Tuck. May she rest in peace.
Once you put your hand in the flame you can never be the same.
There's a certain satisfaction in a little bit of pain.
"As anarchism rears its face,
They are answered by an iron fist..."
Going to miss our Friday night dates
so sad. this just feels so weird.
I like to watch...
They say these things happen in three's... I hope that doesn't mean Roseanne is next.
Although I loved Joan, she reminded me of Dr. Who's Lady Cassandra.
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Was just reading about this, she apparently had a cardiac event whilst undergoing a simple procedure. She had amazing success, may she rest in peace.
I blame this head-bobbing, grinning bimbo—
What I loved most about her and her comedy was how she took jabs at herself, never afraid to make fun of her plastic surgeries, looks or age. Nothing was off limits.
I too will miss our Friday night dates on Fashion Police. She was hilarious and I truly did LOL with Joan.
Rest in piece, Joan. You will be sadly missed.
I hope you and Edgar are sweetly joined again.
RIP to one funny lady
If she wasn't addicted to plastic surgery like Michael Jackson maybe she'd still be here.
Loved her--could not believe she was so vital and relevant as a comic at 81---with several generations loving her. RIP- will miss you and your amazing energy.
Joan Rivers was a comic with her own "voice."
She was the role model for many of today's female comics.
She could be funny, crude, and truthful, all at the same time!
May she rest in peace....
The Three Musketeers... Bashful, Chrisglass, and Ronboy!
At least she died from doing what she loved ... having yet more surgery.
Like Robin, her humour will live on forever. Rest peacefully, Joan, and say 'hi' to Edgar.
She was 81, any surgery would have been ill advised at that age. Evidently, her body decided it had enough.
If you never caught Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, it's a pretty unvarnished look at her life and career.
Thanks for the laughs Joan...
She was so good at never acting her age, and that's why we loved her so. Just a week ago even at 81 she seemed to have so much life in her. Another great comedic icon is gone, we'll miss you Joan.
So sad, we saw her live once and thought that she was absolutely amazing. We are very sad.
Her voice was getting more and more horse---they told her they could do something to help her---it was elective surgery----she didn't have to do it----but someone should have told her that at 81---there are risks with a thing stuck down your throat when you are sedated----she stopped breathing first which caused her heart to stop----
Im new to her but eversince frm recent years, I started to getting familiar with her (and her antics) on tv. She cracked me up in one of fashion police edition; commenting a celeb with long train gown "This train gown is longer than Lindsey Lohan hook up list!"
Strange not to seeing her anymore ^^
There is also an investigation about her death. Could be foul play!
May she know peace eternal.
How fortunate she was to meet death this way, presumably not drawn-out pain, no nursing home, no cancer and torturous treatments. She suffered a heart attack and never regained consciousness. A death to die for.
She was a foul mouthed old cunt. I adored her. I want to be just like her at 81. Dead.
I only watched this the other day. Seems appropriate, given it's got my two favourite insult comics in the same video frame.
I am deeply saddened by Joan Rivers' death, I admired her greatly. She is a comedy legend and I enjoyed watching her in whatever she did, be it as a red carpet interviewer, a stand-up comedian or a television host. Also, she was a staunch supporter of the LGBT community, which is always a bonus, and with her passing we have lost a loyal ally and friend. Rest in peace Ms Rivers, this world will be a less funny place without you.
Back in the early 80s, when celebrities were running away from the the AIDS crisis, Joan was one of the first who was vocal in her loyalty to gay friends when they became ill. And she freely gave time, money and visibility to AIDS organizations... again, a fighter.
Occasionally the real Joan could be seen- like when she interviewed Betty Davis, Lucille Ball, Sylvester...
She attacks a sanctimonious publicity seeker named Darcus Howe who abandons his children and calls her "a racist"—
I saw Joan Rivers live at a supper club a couple of years ago. I never laughed so hard and so long. My jaws ached.
Thanks Joan. RIP.
I loved her and her humor. She will be sorely missed.
My first sexual experience was a rape. All right? Are you happy now? A rape!
Luckily, he didn't press charges.
My daughter and I are very close. We speak every single day. I call her every day and I say the same thing: "Pick up, I know your're there."
And she says the same thing back: "How'd you get this new number?"
With age comes wisdom. You don't need big boobs to be feminine. Look at Liberace.
Under democracy one party always devotes its chief energies to trying to prove that the other party is unfit to rule - and both commonly succeed, and are right. H. L. Mencken US editor (1880 - 1956)
True fact that Joan Rivers and Michael Jackson used the same plastic surgeon.
They actually had a lot of other stuff in common: They both spent billions of dollars in plastic surgery and still ended up looking like a creepy old white lady, they are both more popular now that they're dead and they both raised a chimp.
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