Joan Rivers, 81, remains in serious condition at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. She has reportedly been taken out of her medically-induced coma, and an upcoming taping of Fashion Police has been canceled, as doctors assess the extent of possible brain damage, HollywoodLife.com can confirm.
Joan Rivers’ family is waiting to see how the 81-year-old comedienne responds after doctors started trying to pull her out of a medically-induced coma on Aug. 31, according to a new report. The comedienne was rushed to the hospital after she stopped breathing during surgery on her vocal chords and went into cardiac arrest. Since then, she’s been dependent on life support treatment.
Eighty-one year old comedian Joan Rivers‘ condition remains serious, though a source has revealed to the NY Daily News that daughter Melissa Rivers, 46, is “in denial” about the severity of her mother’s condition. The family is still “keeping [their] fingers crossed,” according to a new statement released to the Associated Press.
Joan Rivers, 81, has received an outpouring of love and support since being hospitalized in New York City after she went into cardiac arrest during surgery. Seth Rogen, Mike Tyson, Bette Midler and more stars have tweeted their prayers and good vibes to the hilarious comedian since she was reportedly put on life support.
Legendary comedian Joan Rivers has been in the hospital since Aug. 28 after she stopped breathing during throat surgery. Now on life support in an induced coma, daughter Melissa Rivers is “in denial” about the seriousness of Joan’s condition and is delaying any heartbreaking decisions she may soon have to make.
Hollywood stars have been sending nothing but good vibes to Joan Rivers, 81, since she was rushed to the hospital in New York City after she went into cardiac arrest. Giuliana Rancic, 40, Kelly Osbourne, 29, Alyssa Milano, 41, and more celebrities are praying for Joan to get better.
Joan Rivers, 81, is now on life support to stay alive after she stopped breathing during throat surgery on Aug. 28, a new report claims. The family remains optimistic that she will pull through, but will have to decide soon if they will keep her on life support.