So sad. Hollywood has lost another great legend. Fashion Police star and Emmy award-winning television host, Joan Rivers, passed away on September 4, at the age of 81, following a complication while she was undergoing throat surgery. She will be missed.
Melissa Rivers, 46, released a statement on Sept. 3, saying that Joan Rivers has been moved out of the intensive care unit and into a private room. While it is unclear if the 81-year-old remains on life support, Joan’s longtime friend, and NY Post columnist, Cindy Adams, 84, revealed that the beloved comedienne is surrounded by the things she loves, including her dogs!
Joan Rivers has been moved to a private room at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, 46, said in a new statement. It’s unclear whether the 81-year-old comedian is still on life support.
Joan Rivers, 81, remains on life support at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, her daughter, Melissa Rivers, 46, confirmed in an emotional new statement. Doctors are hoping to assess any potential damage to Joan’s brain today, Sept. 2.
Joan Rivers, 81, stopped breathing during a routine procedure on Aug. 28. And even though the comedienne wasn’t nervous about the operation on her vocal chords beforehand, doctors fear Joan may now be left as “a vegetable” or “needing a wheelchair.”
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.