It’s been a rough week for the Fashion Police host.
Who knew they had such beef with each other?
Gaga, FLOTUS, and The Ragtime Gals in a mere five days? What a week!
It was impressively awesome (and we were there). Here’s how it all went down.
“I feel like Larry King’s wife,” said Joan. This is all kinds of disturbing.
Joan is turning 80 — and she’s never been funnier or more amazing.
One writer calls the Joan Rivers show a “joke sweatshop.”
A new film takes an inside look at the playground of the 1%.
Last week, Joan used Adele’s weight as a punch line on The Late Show with David Letterman, and this weekend on The Last Leg, host Adam Hills didn’t let her get away with it.
Before she was slinging crude insults on Fashion Police, she was actually a very lovely lady.
“The gays love me!” is a common refrain for some entertainers. How true is it though?
A look back at some of the guests who have dropped by Elwood City
You’d think that some people are so famous they don’t even need websites. They think you’re wrong.
There is no better way to vote — or tweet about yourself voting — than this.
Memoirs by comedic women television personalities have a history of topping the best seller list. Dunham’s book — with a purported $3.5 million advance — will probably be no exception.
“Trying to make sense of New York Fashion Week is like trying to make sense of a party at Charlie Sheen’s house: tons of beautiful women, lasts for days, and it’s a miracle that no one died.”
Joan made a domestic abuse joke at Rihanna’s expense and called her an “idiot” yesterday afternoon. You’d better believe the singer insulted her right back, like she so often does.
She visited the Burbank Costco to protest the chain not selling her book, I Hate Everything. Hilarity ensued.
Joan went on Morning Joe today to promote her book, I Hate Everything Starting With Me. Among her hates: thin people, like Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski.
The Beastie Boys are a sacred amalgam of pure genius, psychic and physical revolutionariness, and mad, whacky creative synergistic synthesis… free from pomposity and self-importance while simultaneously being the makers of America’s most important art. Thanks, MCA.
In case you needed to be reminded what Joan Rivers looked like before all that plastic surgery. And also that mallwalking was actually a thing in the ’90s.
They remain unimpressed with the Republican primaries, don’t want a panel of men deciding anything that has to do with a uterus, and think politicians are strange, in general. I’d listen to these ladies talk politics any day.
Joan Rivers had plenty of nice things to say during her appearance Thursday night on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” which is lovely. But it’s also boring! So let’s focus on the not-so-nice comments Rivers made about Jay Leno and Dane Cook instead.
How does a person even have the time to get plastic surgery 739 times in their life? 739 times! At least now we know exactly how far to take a plastic surgery obsession before looking like Joan does without any makeup on.
I didn’t even realize they could show this kind of thing on TV. Apparently, they can: on the latest episode of “Joan & Melissa,” Joan and her friend Lynne picked up some medicinal marijuana, a bong, and ended up having to call for help due to extreme highness — all while the cameras rolled.
Yesterday, the host of “Chelsea Lately” said a few unflattering things about Joan Rivers on Howard Stern’s radio. Coincidentally, Joan was a guest on Howard’s show today. As you can imagine, Joan ripped into Handler, saying, “She’s an ordinary girl who was f*cking somebody high up in the industry and they gave her a break,” “wherever she is, she’s drunk” and “don’t you come after me, you whore.”
The world was overdue for a feud between a drunk and a has been. Reader discretion on which is which.
Kids grow up into torturers so fast these days. I mean, I love Joan and her willingness to do anything, but this is a little 1984.
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Joan Rivers says FOX News can ‘go f**k themselves’ after canceling on her.